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Pain and Suffering Can Be Difficult to Quantify — But Jeff Martin Can Help

How can you put a dollar figure on your pain and suffering from your personal injury? It’s not an easy job. Unlike medical expenses or loss of income, the price tag for pain and suffering is not easy to quantify. Each person’s tolerance for pain is different. Some severe injuries may leave someone in chronic pain. Other injuries could cause a victim pain for only a relatively short period of time.

For this reason, it’s important for you to work with an experienced lawyer at the Law Offices of Jeff Martin to determine how much compensation you should get for your pain and suffering.

How to Measure Pain and Suffering

Certain factors can be measured accurately to document one’s discomfort level:

  • The extent of change to the victim’s quality of life
  • The duration of the recovery period
  • The types and length of treatments necessary
  • The amount of medication the injured person required

Victims may endure pain and suffering after any personal injury, including a slip and fall accident, medical malpractice or a car accident. If you’ve been injured, turn to attorney Jeff Martin for assistance.

Contact a Pain and Suffering Injury Lawyer with Our Firm

If you have suffered an injury in Oklahoma, contact the Law Offices of Jeff Martin for the knowledgeable representation you need and the personal attention you deserve. A pain and suffering injury attorney in Tulsa can help you obtain compensation.

Remember, your initial consultation is free, and you don’t pay unless we win. Call us today in Tulsa area at 728-8888 or use our toll free number 800-980-9205.

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