What is my case worth?
Clients often ask us how we determine what their case is worth. When you’re injured in an accident that was caused by someone else, a claim can be filed against their insurance company for compensation of damages. Damages are losses you suffer as a direct result of an accident. If you’re seriously injured and need long-term medical treatment, including surgeries, rehabilitation, or lifetime care, the value of your case can go up.
Depending on state laws and the negligent party’s insurance policy coverages, some of the damages you may be compensated for include:
- Hospital or Urgent Care
- Physical therapy
- Home health care
- Lost wages
- Emotional damage
- Medical devices
- Pain and suffering
If the other party involved in the accident is found to be responsible for your injuries, their insurance company may pay for all or some of your expenses. Insurance companies can be intimidating to deal with. For someone without any legal experience, it can be difficult to know what steps to take after an accident
The Spiros Law, P.C. legal team knows the steps and is skilled in gathering, analyzing, and determining the maximum compensation you’re entitled to and how much insurance coverage the liable party or parties have.
Everyone who owns a car, house, or business is required to carry liability insurance. Each insurance policy carries maximum liability limits, which are meant to pay for an injured victim’s expenses. That means, when a negligent party or parties caused your accident and injuries, we will seek the full amount of the liability coverage they carry on their insurance policies.
As soon as you hire us, we immediately begin a full investigation to determine how much your case is worth. We will gather all of the necessary evidence to ensure you have a solid claim for the insurance company. Some evidence we’ll obtain includes:
- Police reports
- Medical records
- Video surveillance
- Witness statements
We’ll file a claim with the at-fault party’s insurance carrier and use all the evidence we collect to prove compensation is warranted. Whether your injuries are minor or serious, a personal injury claim can be filed.
The value of your case will depend on the nature of your injuries. If there’s no argument that the other party involved caused your accident, we will fight for the full amount of liability limits that are available.
We offer free, no-obligation consultations to all our clients. We’ll answer any questions you have and provide you with all the information you need to decide if you want to hire Spiros Law, P.C. to handle your case.
We care about our clients and we will work hard to get the compensation that you are entitled to so that you can focus on healing your injuries and getting back on track with your life.
Whether you were the victim of an auto accident, slip and fall accident, medical malpractice, or another type of accident, contact Spiros Law, P.C. today at (217) 443-4343 so we can learn about your case.
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