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How much can you sue for bodily injury?

You can recover for all your medical expenses. These include hospital bills, a ride in an ambulance, doctor visits, prescriptions, physical therapy, and medical equipment such as a wheelchair, crutches or a prosthesis. Additionally, you should be able to recover for the reasonable projected future medical costs of your injury, which may include replacement of medical equipment, medications, or even future surgeries, in-home care or a nursing facility. Any expenses that flow from the bodily injury should be considered and included in your personal injury settlement.

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