Oregon Personal Injury Lawyer
How Much Is Your Case Worth?
It is impossible to predict the value of a case until all of the information has been collected and you are medically stationary.
Many factors determine the value of a case:
• The amount of your medical bills.
• How the medical bills were incurred and whether they are from diagnostic tests, treatments, physical therapy, hospital stays, prescriptions, over the counter medication, chiropractic care, or other care or treatment.
• How much income and other employment benefits were lost as a result of your injury. This would include lost pay, sick leave used, vacation time used, loss of insurance benefits and other documented losses resulting from your injury.
• The extent of the injury and how it has affected your daily life. This would include limitations of household activities, sports, leisure activities and social life.
• Whether or not any aspect of your injuries is permanent. This would also include permanent disfigurement such as scars or blemishes.
• Whether any of your injuries required hospitalization.
• The extent of liability on the part of the potential defendant.
• Whether there is any evidence that you were partly at fault in causing your injuries. •How the law applies to your case.
• The quality of your witnesses, including those who will testify about the incident, your injuries and your medical treatment.
• Pain, suffering, inconvenience and the impact on married life.
• The particular insurance company that is involved.
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If take your case on a contigency fee agreement, this means that I am confident that you will win.
Most Oregon personal injury lawyers do not have my civil trial experience but say that they do. I have the reputation and history of results to help you maximize the value of your claim.