Personal injury is among the most common legal actions in the United States each year. When someone is injured due to the negligence of another person or entity, its cause for the victim to file a personal injury claim or lawsuit.
One of the most commonly asked questions in a personal injury claim is ‘How much is my case worth?’ To properly answer this question, many more questions must be asked. If you are injured in an auto accident, you have the right to receive financial compensation for your damages.
How much are your medical expenses? Are you unable to work because of your injuries? Do you have any pain and suffering? All of these questions will be asked if we represent you. The law offices of Singer and O’Neil have the experience and know-how to properly handle your case. We work for you to be sure you receive the highest compensation possible. If you have received an offer from the insurance company, you may want to speak with us before you accept. Typically speaking, insurance companies will not offer what your case is worth.
Factors that may influence your case value
- Property damage
- Lost wages
- Medical expenses
- Emotional damages
- Pain and suffering
- Temporary or permanent disability
For the most part, it is easy to calculate medical expenses and lost wages. Not so much with the task of placing a monetary value on emotional and disability damages. How can you put a dollar figure on not being able to walk?
The law offices of Singer and O’Neil are here to help you. Speak to us at (321)242-7000
or write an email to: Contact@SingerONeil.com 112 W. New Haven Ave, Melbourne, FL 32901