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How much can my personal injury claim be worth?

No two cases are identical and it is therefore very difficult to set a dollar amount on the injuries you may have suffered in an accident. There are many things to consider like doctor's bills, time lost from work, medical costs for ongoing injuries, pain and suffering, and so on. Furthermore, no two juries are identical and different juries may evaluate cases completely opposite of one another.

How do I know if I have a personal injury case?

In order to bring a personal injury claim you must first be able to demonstrate you suffered an injury to your person or property. Second, you should be able to demonstrate the injury was the result of someone else's fault.

It is not always necessary to have a physical injury to bring a personal injury lawsuit. Personal injury claims are often based on a variety of non-physical losses and harms. In the case of an assault, for example, you do not need to show that a person's action caused you actual physical harm, but only that you expected some harm to come to you. Other examples of non-physical harm are: if someone has attacked your reputation; invaded your privacy; or inflicted emotional distress upon you.

Do all Personal Injury cases go to trial?

No. In fact, the majority of Personal Injury matters are settled prior to trial.

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