On Feb. 23, I was injured in an non-vehicular accident that was not my fault at a sporting event. I sustained a strained back and bruised and dislocated tailbone. After 7 1.5-hour physical therapy sessions, the back is now fine. However, my tailbone injury makes it painful to sit without use of inflatable pillows or chair pads. My profession is a desk job, so I sit all day. Driving is also painful.
My medical bills have been in the $4k range thus far. Assuming there are no more significant medical costs, what is a fair amount to ask for compensation?Please keep in mind that I realize I'm being very vague, but I'm not even sure what ballpark is considered fair. I don't want to be someone who is "looking to cash in" on my accident, but I do deserve something that's FAIR.
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