How much is a Personal Injury case worth?

Evaluating your accident or injury is crucial in understanding how you’ll be compensated for your injury and your loss. Your personal injury compensation is directly related medical bills you have incurred, are still incurring, and could incur in the future.

Assigning a price for your losses or damages is never easy. It often requires putting a price on things that don’t have a monetary value, like pain, suffering, and emotional distress.

Your total demanded amount certainly won’t match up with the insurance company’s offer, and it doesn’t have to. Your only requirement is to ensure that you get paid what you’re owed.

Still, you need to find a dollar value for your personal injury claim, and this section helps you do that. We’ll explore how attorneys and claims adjusters arrive at their settlement amounts, and how you can use a little know-how to boost that number.

Compensatory damages that are common in many personal injury cases can include:

Medical treatment — Includes the cost of medical care associated with the accident, including reimbursement for any treatment you have already received along with compensation for any potential or estimated costs of medical care that you may need in the future due to the collision.

Income — An accident may impact your ability to earn a salary or wage. This includes injuries that result in a loss of earning capacity.

Property loss. If you vehicle and personal items were damaged due to the collision, you will likely be eligible to reimbursement repairs and compensation in to total of the fair market value of the property that was lost.

Pain and suffering. You may be entitled to get compensation for pain and serious discomfort you suffered during the accident and in its immediate aftermath — also for any ongoing pain that can be attributed to the accident. Learn more: What is Pain and Suffering?

Emotional distress. — Collisions can result in psychological distress, including fear, anxiety, and sleep loss.

Loss of enjoyment. — Collisions can keep you from enjoying day-to-day hobbies, exercise, and other recreational activities.

Loss of consortium — A collision can impact your relationship with your spouse or family member.

The most important, and often frustrating, thing to know is that every person’s journey to recovery from a car or motorcycle accident injury is different. Let the doctors and specialists at Regional Medical Group help.

Our extensive network of Atlanta based doctors and chiropractors specialize in the treatment and care of patients who have been injured in any form of automobile accident, motorcycle accident, semi-truck accident, Uber auto accident, Lyft auto accident, slip-and-fall, or other work-related accidents.

Regional Medical Group helps patients focus on injury treatment without the stress of how to pay for it. Contact us today so our doctors can help you on your path to a pain-free life.

About Regional Medical Group

Regional Medical Group (RMG) is a team of highly qualified accident doctors and medical staff who have teamed up with an extensive network of chiropractors that specialize in the treatment and care of patients who have been injured in any form of automobile accident, motorcycle accident, semi-truck accident, Uber auto accident, Lyft auto accident, slip-and-fall, or other work-related accidents. Regional Medical Group helps patients focus on injury treatment without the stress of how to pay for it.

Regional Medical Group is standing by to help with its remarkable network of chiropractors by finding its patients a ‘chiropractor near me’. For more information visit Regional Medical Group online at RegionalMedicalGroup.com or call today. 

Regional Medical Group is your one-stop solution for accidental injury care.

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