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Over the course of the last decade, I've published in excess of 700 articles in the areas of personal injury, criminal defense, workers' compensation and insurance disputes, generally. If you can't find what you're looking for, feel free to contact me to discuss the details of your case and learn how I can help.

How Much Is A Personal Injury Case Worth?

I’ve said elsewhere that it is by far any away the most common and frequent question that I’m asked.

"....... how much is my case worth?"

In addition, though, it is probably the most legitimate. Someone, who, through no fault of their own, sustains personal injury at the hands of another, is immediately and unexpectedly confronted with a number of highly pressing concerns.

  • The are injured.
  • They are missing work and money.
  • They have mounting medical bills.
  • Their normal expenses have not bee put on hold.
  • They may be facing surgery or extensive recuperation.
  • They cannot enjoy things they way they once did.

Here is where an experience lawyer can bring the full weight of their skills to the equation. The primary role of a personal injury attorney is getting their injured client the money they are entitled to. That process starts with a fair, but reasonable valuation of the claim. Successful negotiations are premised on both parties looking at their sides practically.

An effective personal injury lawyer must have an informed opinion as to when settlement in the best course, and when litigation is the better path.

That opinion is formed by an analysis of multiple factors. Medical expenses, wages, property damage, disability, scaring, as well as a host of other criteria independently discussed in these Articles. .

     -This Article was updated by Eric Kirk on 5/28/20.  

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