How Much is Your Case Worth?

How Much is Your Case Worth?

Reliable Legal Counsel for Your Personal Injury Claim

You have been seriously injured in an accident that was not your fault. You are now facing costly injuries that will leave you financially overwhelmed with medical bills, and your injuries have rendered you unable to work for an extended period of time. Without a stable income, it seems there is no way to pay off your expenses. After reviewing the hard facts, your injury accident could seem like the end of the world. That is where we can help. The legal team at Weinstein & Scharf, P.A. is waiting to provide you with caring and compassionate legal counsel during this challenging time in your life.

For many people who are injured in an accident, filing a claim is the only way that they can recover from their accident without going into debt. Many people believe that an insurance company will pay them a large sum of money even for a minor injury just to avoid litigation costs, but they are wrong. Insurance companies will not automatically grant compensation for the hassle and annoyance factors of an accident, and they will usually not give up a large sum of money without legal pressure.

We have compiled this list of factors to help you determine what your case might be worth:

  1. The Extent of Your Injuries – If you are suffering from soft tissue injuries, you should automatically expect that the insurance company will try to lowball your compensation amount, especially if your property (such as a motor vehicle) was not severely damaged. Even though some people with soft tissue injuries make a slow and painful recovery, an insurance adjuster will try to say that your claim is not worth much. You need an aggressive legal advocate who will argue for your rights in court and fight for the maximum compensation available. This is especially true if your injuries are serious. An insurance carrier will not pay the correct value on the claim unless they believe you are willing and capable of filing a lawsuit.
  2. The Severity of the Accident – The more damage done, the more likely that a jury will accept that your injuries are serious; however, a lawyer from our firm can help you file a claim even if there was not significant damage to your personal property, and can help you prove the extent of your medical costs.
  3. Your Personality – Believe it or not, your personality will directly affect the value of your case. Avoid exaggerating and speaking zealously about your accident in front of the 12 jurors who are sitting in judgment of the facts. Our team will help prepare you to stand in front of a jury and will counsel you through the entire court process.
  4. The Amount of Your Liability Insurance – The amount of insurance that you carry and the identity of your insurance carrier may play a role in the amount of compensation that you can receive. If the other person involved in the accident does not have much equity on their home or cash saved in the bank, you may not be able to claim as much money as you would like.

We understand that this is likely new information to you, and we are here to help you through this complex process. Our firm has spent more than 65 years helping clients in situations like yours, and we have achieved a high percentage of successful verdicts on their behalf.

Call a Coral Springs injury lawyer who genuinely cares!

Our team is waiting to provide you with the legal representation that you deserve after experiencing a serious accident. With caring legal counsel, we will remove the stress and uncertainty that is commonly involved with an accident claim. You can be confident that your case will receive our full effort and commitment. At Weinstein & Scharf, P.A., we are passionate about your recovery and we are not satisfied until we help you recover the compensation that you need.

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