How Much Is My Injury Claim Worth?

Every injury case is different. Rarely will any attorney concentrating in personal injury law be able to give you more than general advice as to the type of compensation you may get for your injuries. Until the full extent of your injury is known, including time lost from work, number of days in the hospital or under a doctor’s care, no attorney can predict the amount you may be entitled to recover with accuracy. Be cautious of any attorney who claims to be able to assign a dollar value to your claim. Some attorneys seek publicity by filing suit for huge sums of money that in reality will never be obtained. The more we know about the facts outlined below, the better we can gauge what a jury will find your claim is worth:

  • Medical expenses (including estimated future treatment expenses)
  • Lost income (money lost when you are unable to work or undergoing injury treatment)
  • Permanent physical disability
  • Disfigurement
  • Loss of family, social and educational experiences
  • Expenses associated with job retraining
  • Emotional damages such as stress, embarrassment, depression
  • Damage to property
  • Pain or suffering (both temporary and permanent)
  • Any other costs that were a direct result of your injury

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