Every personal injury claim is unique because no two injuries are the same. Some nerve injuries can be resolved within months and some injuries never fully go away. Sadly, many auto accident victims have to live with limited function and serious pain due to nerve damage. This may result in the inability to work, drive, or take care of oneself.
Your case worth will depend on the seriousness of your nerve injury and whether you have permanent nerve damage. If you have suffered a loss of function, or if your injury prevents you from working and making a living, your claim will be worth more money than someone with a less serious injury.
In order to determine the value of your case, we would need to review your medical records, medical bills, lost income, future loss of earnings, and future medical care. You may also be entitled to pain and suffering damages, loss of enjoyment of life, and other damages that could increase the value of your case.
When dealing with a nerve injury, it is never wise to accept the insurance company’s first offer. Insurance adjusters are known to make lowball offers to save their company money. In order for you to get the most compensation possible following your car accident injury, you should work with an experienced lawyer, or you can learn more about these types of claims by ordering a free copy of our book, What You Need to Know After a Florida Auto, Truck, or Bike Accident.