What's My Case Worth
Finding out what your personal injury claim might be worth is important. The value of your claim will be based on the extent of injury sustained as well as the impact your injuries could have on you from a financial, emotional and physical standpoint. With our resources and knowledge, our personal injury attorneys can help you determine the true and fair value of your case.
When you are suffering the serious consequences of an injury, you need a skilled personal injury lawyer who can aggressively negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf. We are no strangers to litigation, and we are willing to take your case to trial to ensure you recover all you are entitled to. Our firm is committed to seeking the maximum compensation in serious injury cases, such as drunk driving accidents, cases in which the victim suffered broken bones, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries or other catastrophic injuries. Cases that involve soft-tissue injuries, although seemingly minor, can take many weeks or months to recover from. Most injuries do not resolve overnight, so it is necessary that your medical bills, lost wages, prescription bills, and pain and suffering are all addressed in a comprehensive claim filed by our law firm.
If you have been injured and someone else is to blame, you might be entitled to financial compensation for your injuries. The amount of money you might be able to receive will vary depending on a number of factors. A personal injury attorney at our firm can work with you to determine the fair value of your claim. We represent clients throughout Cabarrus County, Union County, Mecklenburg County, Gaston County and Iredell County, North Carolina and are committed to seeking the highest possible amount of compensation in order to help our clients rebuild and move on with their lives after serious accidents and injuries.
Some of the types of financial damages you could be entitled to receive include the following:
Medical care - you could be entitled to money for medical treatment, including hospitalization, surgery, doctor's bills, chiropractic care, physical therapy, medication, and medical. Future medical treatment could also be taken into consideration with proper documentation.
Lost earnings - you could potentially receive money for the wages you have lost by missing work while injured. You might also be entitled to compensation for wages that you will not earned in the future because you are incapable of returning to the same job, field or to work at all.
Non-economic damages - depending on the case, you might be able to seek money for non-economic damages. This might include pain and suffering, emotional trauma and other injuries that are not necessarily quantifiable in financial terms.
Every personal injury case that our firm takes on is different. It is therefore difficult to say what your specific claim will be worth without thoroughly reviewing the matter and conducting a complete investigation into the true extent of injury, expenses and losses you have experienced. That is why our firm takes care in thoroughly investigating each client's case and working with medical experts, economic professionals and others who can help us get a clear picture of the worth of your claim. We can then work with these professionals to prove the fair value of your case during negotiations or in court.
When you work with a personal injury attorney at our firm, we will take whatever steps are necessary to seek fair compensation on your behalf, whether this is by securing a negotiated settlement or winning a verdict in court.