It depends is the short answer – and the only answer that can be given without first looking over the specific facts of a case.
With that said, however, we can tell you some of the factors that typically tend to impact the value of personal injury cases, and we have discussed some of these below.
When you need more specific answers about the value of a claim – or your best options for obtaining the full amount of compensation to which you may be entitled, don’t hesitate to contact Lakewood Personal Injury Lawyer James L. Finegan.
While the value of a case will depend on specifics, here are some factors that can impact the value of PI cases, a Lakewood personal injury lawyer notes.
The severity of the injuries sustained – The injuries suffered will be one of the focal points of these cases. When the injuries are more severe or permanent, they can require more extensive treatments (both now and in the future), and they can have irreversible impacts on people’s quality of life. This all usually ends up meaning that cases associated with more severe injuries are usually valued higher, as victims will require more compensation to recover (to the extent possible).
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