Sometimes as the result of a serious accident, you may lose income from your job. This is true whether you work for someone or you work for yourself. However, bringing a claim for lost earnings is one of the trickiest parts of presenting a personal injury case. It's not always the wisest thing to do. My general rule is as follows: If your lost earnings claim is easy to prove, and it won't distract from the bigger issues of your case, then you should entertain bringing a claim. Otherwise, I would think two or three times about bringing a claim for lost earnings. Focus instead on your physical injuries. In the video above, you can learn more from Robert Mansour about the issue of lost earnings.
by Robert Mansour
Robert Mansour is a personal injury lawyer serving Santa Clarita, Valencia,