Potential Average Personal Injury Settlement Calculator
Sharing your details in a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer is the very best way to determine the value of your case. This injury settlement calculator will estimate your damages and give you a best guess at what an award in your favor might look like.
* Disclaimer: The online Personal Injury Settlement Calculator is only meant to provide a general estimate of compensation and is not a guarantee with regard to the outcome of a case. Each individual case is different and results will vary depending on the particular facts and circumstances associated with that particular case. Our team of attorneys and staff at Isaacs & Isaacs will take the time to learn about you, your injuries, and give your case the individual attention needed to get the money you deserve.
What is My Personal Injury Worth? A Case Review Is Essential
You’ve used the personal injury settlement value calculator. To learn more about what you might be eligible to receive for your personal injury claim, reviewing the details of your case with a personal injury lawyer is your critical next step.
With over 25 years fighting for clients in personal injury cases, attorney Darryl Isaacs — The Hammer — and the team at Isaacs & Isaacs have recovered over $1 billion in damages for accident victims in KY, IN and OH. We will take the time to confidentially go over all of your important details in our free case review consultation.
Personal Injury Compensation Calculator Helpful Info
Personal injury attorney Darryl Isaacs addresses the most common questions about personal injury cases, settlement values and the determining factors — all in these podcast episodes below.
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FAQs About Personal Injury Settlement Values
The most important elements in determining values in injury cases are proving liability (who is responsible) establishing damages (that someone was actually injured and financial harm has resulted) and navigating the insurance policies in place that can pay out for injuries.
Typically a settlement after a car accident or other personal injury case will include payments for medical expenses, lost wages, property damages, future lost earnings and pain and suffering.
There are occasions where a plaintiff and defendant may both have acted negligently and will share a percentage of fault for a crash. If you were rear-ended, but you were speeding when it happened, that could be an example where you would share a percentage of fault for the accident.
Each state adopts their own individual model of how their courts determine fault. Isaacs & Isaacs adheres to these mandated models in each of the states we serve:
- Kentucky – Pure Comparative Negligence
- Ohio – Modified Comparative Negligence – 51% Rule
- Indiana – Modified Comparative Negligence – 51% Rule
What Does Settlement Mean in Law?
What Are Damages in Law?
What Is Negligence in Law?
Negligence can be explained in its most basic form as a failure to use reasonable care, resulting in damage or injury to another — a driver was supposed to be paying attention, but decided look away and text or got distracted, or was driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, didn’t get enough sleep, or was driving too fast during poor weather, etc.
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