What is my accident claim worth?
- What is my case worth?
- How will I find out how much my settlement will be?
- Can I ask for my damages?
- How are damages calculated for a wreck in NC?
You are entitled to compensation for all losses attributed to the wreck. That may include medical expenses, lost wages, and money damages – Danny Glover
If you or a loved one has been injured in a Currituck County car wreck case, it makes sense to talk to a lawyer. Experienced accident attorneys can help you understand how to recover:
- Lost Wages
- Medical Bills
- Accident Expenses
- Personal Property Recovery
- Compensation for Permanent Injuries
- Restitution for Scarring and Disfigurement
It can be tough to answer “How much is my car wreck case worth” because I don’t know how the wreck happened.
The first thing experienced lawyers do is gather information.
I don’t know if you share in any part of the fault. I don’t know how much your medical bills are.
I don’t know what your injuries are. I don’t know what your recovery time is going to be.
I don’t know how much your lost income is. Were you left with scarring?
Will this cause permanent injury or damage to any part of your body?
I have to know all of those things before we can ever begin discussing what your case might be worth.
Once you have a chance to meet with a NC wreck attorney you will better understand how to properly file for a claim. Sometimes litigation is necessary for an auto accident. . .but most often matters are settled prior to reaching trial in court.
At the Glover Law Firm, we like to sit down with you. We want to understand your case, what is important to you, and give you advice on what we think is the best way to move forward.
That involves collecting evidence, reviewing accident reports from the scene, consulting with police officers, witnesses, and preparing a demand package for the insurance carrier.
Many if not most NC wreck cases in Currituck County are settled without having to go to court. That may include going through mediation or arbitration in North Carolina.
There really is no such thing as an accident. Wrecks are caused because someone wasn’t doing the right thing – Danny Glover
Then of course we have to look at what part of the state you’re in because some counties give higher verdicts than other counties and we have to look at what insurance company you’re dealing with.
Some companies can be more reasonable at times.
Other insurance companies are never reasonable and are going to low-ball you and fight you tooth and nail until the end.
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