HOW DO PERSONAL INJURY SETTLEMENTS WORK?

How do personal injury settlements work?

Most personal injury damages are meant to compensate the injured plaintiff and make them “whole” again. Essentially, this means to try and put a dollar value on all the impact and affect on the injured  plaintiff’s life.

Some damages are easy to quantify while others can be more difficult and often become a heated area of dispute between counsel and the parties. Property damage and medical bills may be calculated more easy than say, pain and suffering and the affect on the injured plaintiff’s quality of life.

Your Case Might Be Worth More Than You Think

While a personal injury lawyer may be able to give you a general idea of what your case is worth, there is no way to tell exactly what your case is worth if it were to go to trial or settle through negotiations. Many factors affect the value of your case and no single case is the same.

At Bernstein Law Group we get to know you and your case very well, and with that knowledge we thrive to persuade the other side how your accident has had a detrimental effect on your life.

Should You Go To Trial or Settle?

It goes without saying that trials are risky, expensive and a good personal injury lawyer will try to settle your case before trial. A settlement can be reached at any time provided both parties have a meeting of the minds.

A settlement may be reached through discussions, meetings, or mediation. There are opportune moments throughout a file which may make sense to attempt a resolution.

The lawyers at Bernstein Law Group do everything possible to make the most of these opportune moments and give you the results you deserve!

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