What constitutes pain and suffering in a Florida auto accident case?

In Florida, pain and suffering can be physical, and it can be mental. Pain and suffering is loosely defined as the loss of enjoyment of your life. Oftentimes, people think pain and suffering is something that's very difficult to prove or has a very high standard. The truth is pain and suffering actually has a fairly low standard. Pain and suffering could be as simple as an inconvenience, in fact. That's actually in the jury instructions for Florida. Even the fact that this automobile accident may have caused you an inconvenience, that can be determined in allotting a pain and suffering award on your behalf.

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