WHAT IS PERSONAL INJURY?
Personal injury is a term that refers to any injury you personally suffer from as a result of someone else's negligence. An injured person can file a lawsuit against another individual, business, or entity with a personal injury claim. There are two major components to any personal injury claim: negligence and damages.
WHAT IS NEGLIGENCE?
Negligence is the failure to take proper care in doing something. In a Personal Injury claim, you have to prove that the responsible party showed a lack of care, which resulted in your injuries.
WHAT ARE DAMAGES?
Damages are a losses to person and/or property. Damages can be economic and non-economic losses. In a Personal Injury claim, after you establish negligence, damages for both economic and non-economic losses can be collected in the form of a settlement.
HOW MUCH IS MY PERSONAL INJURY CASE WORTH?
If you're considering filing a personal injury claim against the negligent party, you may be wondering how much your case is worth. Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to that question. The worth of your case is determined by a number of factors, such as the insurance policy limits, the severity of your injury, the property damage to your vehicle. Generally, the more severe an injury, the more compensation you will be eligible to receive.