FAQ: How Much Is Your Personal Injury Case Worth?

Many different factors can affect how much a Tennessee personal injury case is worth. Insurance companies, judges and attorneys will all consider the nature of your injuries, the amount available to collect, your age, your occupation and much more.

One of the most important factors under consideration is your lost earnings. If you held a high-paying job and your injuries prevented you from working, your case may be worth more than if you were unemployed or held a minimum wage job.

Another factor to consider is your medical bills. The insurance company of the at-fault party will usually have to pay for the cost of treatment. It may also use the total amount of your medical bills to help calculate how much to offer you in a settlement for pain and suffering. The value of your case may differ depending on how much pain and suffering you have experienced, how likely it is to continue into the future, and whether future medical care will be required.

We Work Hard To Get You Every Dime Possible

At Bart Durham Injury Law, our team of lawyers will work with you to ensure you get every dime you deserve for your injuries or the loss of a loved one. We have a reputation for results and for not leaving any available money on the table.

Plus, we understand that it's not just the amount you are awarded that matters, but the amount that actually ends up in your pocket. We're good at getting medical bills reduced, and we don't take cases unless we feel confident that we can get you significantly more than you could on your own.

Contact An Antioch, Tennessee, Personal Injury Lawyer

Schedule a free initial consultation by calling the Nashville office at 866-468-6603, or contact us online. Our law firm accepts personal injury cases on a contingency-fee basis and offers evening and weekend hours by request. Se habla Español.