Yes, you can sue for pain and suffering damages from Michigan car accident. Generally pain and suffering damages include compensation for: physical pain and suffering, mental anguish, fright and shock, denial of social pleasure and enjoyments, and embarrassment, humiliation or mortification.
Proving these claims to the insurance company or a jury takes significant expertise by an experienced personal injury attorney. There are certain methods of presenting these “invisible” injuries to the insurance company or jury that allow them to essentially feel the pain of the accident victim and to best understand how these injuries have impacted the life of both the victim and the surrounding family. Our auto accident injury lawyers have proven again and again they we have the skill and ability to win significant car accident settlements and verdicts for our injured clients.