Negligence-related incidents demand compensation for the victims

Feb 1 2019      On Behalf of  David M. Duree & Associates, P.C.      Personal Injury

When you file a personal injury lawsuit, there are many factors that have to come together. You have to show the defendant’s negligence led to the accident that caused your injuries. You also need to show that the damages you suffered were caused by the negligence-related incident. All of this can be complex, but that doesn’t mean that it is impossible.

As part of your case, you have to include the monetary amount of damages that you are seeking. This is one aspect of the case that might prove to be a challenge. It is all too easy to just add up what you’ve already paid; however, this doesn’t adequately represent your total loss. You also have to try to determine what expenses you might have in the future.

We realize that this aspect of your case might have you concerned. We are here to help you try to determine what monetary amount you should attach to your claim. We can do this by looking at similar cases to see what types of expenses those victims have claimed. While your case likely won’t be exactly the same, this might provide us with a rough estimate.

Remember, it is usually best to go higher than what you will actually settle for. Many personal injury cases are resolved through settlement negotiations. This gives both sides some wiggle room that enables them to try to work out a deal. We can help try to keep your injuries and the impacts they’ve had on your life at the heart of the case as we fight for the compensation you deserve.