What Is My Case Worth?

What is the Value of My Personal Injury Case?

It’s a legitimate question that every victim asks. If the negligence of another has injured you, our justice system recognizes that, although money is a poor substitute for your health and peace of mind, it is how the law measures the magnitude of your loss. The idea that money is substituted for an intangible loss is not only accepted and understood; it’s really the core of our civil justice system. Putting an appropriate value on a case is one of the most important things a personal injury attorney does. The most important thing is recovering that money for you.

The “value” of your claim, i.e., the amount of money you’re entitled to recover, is based on several factors, such as:

Whether You are Entitled to Recover; Do You Have a Case, and How Strong is it?

From Whom You are Entitled to Recover

The Amount of Insurance Coverage

What are You Entitled to Recover?

Your Past and Future Medical Expenses

Your Past and Future Lost Wages

The Costs of Litigating the Case

Venue

Your Pain, Suffering, Anguish, and Loss of Enjoyment of Life

Once All the Facts are Determined, an Experienced Lawyer Should Give You a Value Range

It’s a complicated task. If you have been injured and want to discuss the value of your case, complete the form on the site to schedule your free legal analysis and planning session.

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