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How Much is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

Answers from an Johnson County Personal Injury Lawyer

Being the victim of an injury accident can be extremely costly to your finances and emotions. Hospital bills, property damage, and continued medical care are all expensive results of someone else's negligence and are often accompanied by stress and anxiety caused by the trauma of the accident. It is not surprising that many victims wonder whether it is even worth the trouble to pursue civil litigation and take your case to court.

Do not back down from your rights! Contact a Johnson County personal injury attorney from Martin & Wallentine, LLC today!

Determining the Worth of Your Claims

The worth of a personal injury case varies is not predetermined as there is no exact formula by which to measure the size of a case. However, examining the costs incurred by the accident will give a strong estimate of what the plaintiff stands to gain in a successful claim. These costs are called "damages" and can be either financial or emotional, as long as their extent can be quantified and compensated in a dollar amount.

Damages that will affect a personal injury claim include:

  • Medical expenses
  • Property damages
  • Loss of earnings
  • Permanent disability
  • Projected future losses
  • Emotional trauma and physical pain
  • Loss of enjoyment and independence

The aforementioned damages are known as "compensatory damages" because they are losses incurred by the plaintiff that can be repaid to them in a dollar amount. They are used to compensate the injured party for their struggles from the accident. Another type of damages that may add to the total amount of the award given to the plaintiff are known as "punitive damages." They are used to punish the defendant financially for their wrongdoing or negligence.

Contact Us Today for a No-Cost, No-Obligation Case Evaluation

If you suffered injuries in an accident caused by someone else's negligence and you are now wondering whether you should file a personal injury case, an Johnson County personal injury attorney from Martin & Wallentine, LLC is here to help. Furthermore, we will support you throughout the entire process and advocate for your rights and interests so that you are given the amount that you deserve. Best of all – you have nothing to lose! We work on contingency fees, meaning we do not charge you until we win you a settlement!

When you contact our firm, we will help you determine the approximate worth of your case and what you stand to gain by going forward.

Why Hire Martin & Wallentine?

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