What is a personal injury case worth?
Personal injury claims and their worth depend on many factors. Depending on the severity of the injury, medical bills, hospital bills, time off work, and other out of pocket expenses will be taken into consideration when evaluating how much a particular claim is worth. Pain, suffering and ongoing injuries are also factors.
Additional Personal Injury FAQs
- What is negligence?
- What does the term "liable" mean?
- What does the term "reasonable person" mean?
- What does 'duty' mean in a lawsuit for injuries?
- What is contributory negligence?
- What is comparative negligence?
- What is the "assumption of the risk" doctrine?
- What does strict liability mean?
- What happens during a deposition?
- What is premises liability?
- What is a personal injury?
- How long do I have to file a personal injury claim?
- How do I know if I have a personal injury case?
- Is there a minimum personal injury settlement amount?
- Are medical bills included in a bodily injury claim?
- How do I know if I need a personal injury attorney?
- What if my insurance company is not being fair in settling my personal injury claim?
- Do all personal injury claims go to trial?
- Do personal injury cases have statutes of limitations?
Personal Injury Sub-categories
Civil Mortgage Loan Fraud
Civil Stock Broker Fraud
Cruise Ship Injuries
Insurance Bad Faith Denial of Benefits
Slip and Fall