When an accident victim suffers a permanently disabling injury, he or she is entitled to compensation for the gravity of the injury itself, the costs of past and future medical care, past and future pain and suffering, and past and future lost earnings. Each of these elements of damages must be established by admissible proof in order for the victim to achieve a full and fair recovery. This requires testimony from the victims treating physicians and, often, testimony from life care planners, economists and other expert witnesses who can assist the jury in understanding the full impact of a permanently disabling injury. The attorneys of Fried & Bonder have successfully advocated on behalf of permanently disabled victims to obtain full and fair compensation. If you or a loved one has suffered a permanently disabling condition, contact one of the experienced attorneys of Fried & Bonder.