Often, an injured party will be entitled to financial compensation for the injury they have suffered. As there are a number of variables that may factor into any personal injury claim, it is very difficult to project the monetary value a case may have. Until we are able to determine the extent of your injuries and establish the relevant facts of your case, the potential value of your claim will remain unknown.
However, there are several factors that are indicative of how a jury might consider your case and how the at-fault insurance company will evaluate your claim. Some of these factors include, but are not limited to:
• Bodily injuries/pain and suffering
• Permanency of injuries
• Medical bills
• Wage loss
• Lost earning capability
• Ability to perform your normal daily activities
If you feel that your injury has given way to any of the aforementioned factors, it is in your best interest to contact a qualified personal injury attorney. They can help you evaluate whether you have a claim, determine the likelihood that you will recover, and provide representation in the legal process to follow.