Car Accident Settlement Calculator: Possible Case Value
Sharing your details in a free consultation with a car accident lawyer is the very best way to determine the value of your case. This car crash personal injury settlement calculator will estimate your damages and give you a best guess at what an award in your favor might financially look like. Be sure to visit our settlements page to view actual case results from Isaacs & Isaacs.
* Disclaimer: This Car Accident Settlement Calculator is only meant to provide a general estimate 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 car accident 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.
Get the Compensation You Deserve With A Car Accident Law Firm
Ready to learn more about what you might be able to receive for your car accident injury claim? We will take the time to review all of your essential details in our free case evaluation. With over 25 years fighting for clients in auto crash cases, Darryl Isaacs and the team at Isaacs & Isaacs have recovered over $1 billion in damages for accident victims in KY, IN and OH alone.
Car Insurance Settlement Calculator Helpful Info
Car accident attorney Darryl Isaacs addresses the most common questions about car crash cases, settlement values and the determining factors — all in these podcast episodes below.
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The glossary terms and tools below are available all in an effort to help injured victims know what to do after a car accident.
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The elements that factor into the amount of a car accident settlement include:
- Proving liability, i.e. Who is responsible for the crash and injuries?
- Establishing that damages exist, i.e. were there injuries that have caused financial and personal harm?
- Determining the insurance coverages for all parties that will pay out the money damages.
Determining fault in a car accident varies from state to state. Some states are considered “no fault” states, while others are “at fault” states. In both circumstances, this deals with Personal Injury Protection (PIP), a specific insurance coverage. This coverage will help determine what money damages and other elements can be collected after a car accident. This includes medical bill payments, often referred to as PIP benefits or No Fault benefits.
Proving that another partner acted with negligence is a huge part of determining liability for a car accident. In many states, even if you were partially at fault in an auto crash with injuries, you may still have the ability to collect a percentage of money damages.
For more info, listen to our podcast episode: Who is At Fault in a Car Accident?