Every case is unique and different. There are many factors to be considered before a lawyer can provide an answer to that question. Until your lawyer has reviewed all of your medical records, medical expenses, lost wages, future medical expenses, studied evidence, spoken to witnesses, etc., he/she will have no idea what your case is worth. Accurate estimates require full information.
The value of a case will depend on numerous factors such as:
1. Is there any surgery?
2. Are there any broken bones?
3. How much was all of the medical expenses?
4. Did you lose time from work?
5. What loss of earnings did you suffer as a result?
6. Length of the treatment?
7. Is the injury permanent or not?
It is crucial to seek for legal counsel to ensure you have the correct legal representation to assist you in signing any documents and settlement offer.
If you or someone you love suffered a slip and fall on somebody else’s premises and you are thinking of filing for legal claims against those who are at fault, you must find and contact an attorney who is experienced in personal injury.