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Have You Suffered a Herniated Disc Injury After an Accident? Learn How Much Your Case Could Be Worth

Have You Suffered a Herniated Disc Injury After an Accident? Learn How Much Your Case Could Be Worth You might be able to sue the person who caused your herniated disc if you were in an auto accident and they were to blame. When we speak with clients in your situation, one of the first things they frequently inquire about is the value of their case with a personal injury lawyer.

The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker can provide a free legal consultation if you call 602-340-0030. This is the best approach to receive a tailored response to your unique situation. You can read on to learn what we will explore in the interim by continuing to do so.

Your settlement will be significantly affected by fault

Who was at fault is one of the most crucial aspects to take into account when figuring out damages. If you were struck from behind and the responding police officer issued a citation to the driver, they were most likely entirely to blame for the accident, and you should be able to recover 100% of your damages from them. For instance, if the settlement was $5,000, your recovery would be $5,000.

On the other hand, you might be blamed for some of the problem. For instance, if your accident happened during a lane change. Both the vehicle changing lanes and the driver they collided with might share some of the blame. If such is the case and you are found to be partially at fault, your settlement award will be lessened by the amount of fault you were found to be responsible for.

If you were judged to be 20% at blame, your compensation would be decreased by 20% using the $5000 example. Then you would receive $4000 back. This can be frustrating, but it also means that you can file a claim or lawsuit even if you contributed to the disaster in some way. In Arizona, you could theoretically file a lawsuit against the individual who was 1% at fault even though you were 99 percent at fault.

Your medical expenses as well as other economic losses

Your economic damages will then be determined. This will cover your out-of-pocket medical expenses, lost wages, diminished earning potential, and other genuine expenditures. This would also include any harm to your possessions, such as a car. We can assist you in identifying all economic losses and in obtaining the records and supporting materials needed to support these losses.

Damages not economic

Your noneconomic damages will also be taken into account. This may involve emotional distress and other losses that are difficult to quantify but nonetheless constitute damages. In order to assess the noneconomic damages we ought to demand, we can discuss your particular case with you at The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker. Call us right away at 602-340-0030 to schedule your free legal consultation.

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