Are Lost Wages Covered After a Car-Pedestrian Accident?
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Are lost wages covered after a car-pedestrian accident?

If you have been hit by a car in Massachusetts as a pedestrian, your lost wages are paid for up to seventy five percent of your gross salary from the prior year. In other words, for the fifty two weeks that you worked up to the time of the injury the insurance company of the car that hit you is going to pay up to seventy five percent. You need to submit proof from tax returns and through a letter from your doctor and a letter from your employer in order to get those wages paid.

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My name is Robert Mazow.  I am a partner at Mazow McCullough. If you have been hurt or a family member has been hurt as a result of someone ale’s negligence, call us.  The right lawyer makes all the difference.

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