Factors for determining case worth varies with each individual case.
Some of these include:
Severity of the injury
Limits on insurance
Other details on the case.
Proving liability is another factor that may seem like the most straightforward part of the claim, however, proving liability is based mostly on evidence (medical records, discrepancies on the testimonials, and even the integrity of the person that is injured!)
If liability is proven, the case value is measured in the following areas:
Pain and Suffering
Future Medical Bills
Past Medical Bills
Loss of earning capacity
Our attorneys deal with personal injury cases on a day to day basis and can easily give you a case evaluation to determine if filing for personal injury is right for you. Don't hesistate to give us a call, we will fight for you.
How much is my case worth?
Negligence - failure to take proper care in doing something. Conduct that falls below the standards of behavior established by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risk of harm.
What is negligence?
Every personal injury case is unique, which is why it is so hard to determine how long each will take. Some settle in a few months, other can take years to complete.
For more information for your own personal case, consult Brian Riley for a free case evaluation.
How long will my personal injury lawsuit take?
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