How much is my case worth?

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Determining what your case is worth involves many factors. They include factors like the severity of your injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages. It’s crucial to consult with a personal injury attorney who can evaluate your case based on its unique circumstances.

Factors that typically influence how much a personal injury or wrongful death case is worth:

Medical Expenses

The cost of medical treatment, including past, present, and future expenses related to the injury.

Lost Wages

Compensation for wages lost due to the injury, including any future earning capacity if the injury affects your ability to work.

Pain and Suffering

Non-economic damages for physical pain, emotional distress, and inconvenience caused by the injury.

Permanent Disability or Disfigurement

Compensation for any long-term or permanent disabilities, scarring, or disfigurement resulting from the injury.


The degree to which the other party is at fault for the injury, along with any aggravating circumstances, can affect the amount of compensation you receive.

Insurance Coverage and Assets

The insurance policy limits and assets of the at-fault party are important in determining how much you may be able to recover for your claim.

Applicable Law

Laws and court decisions can influence the value of your case.

Comparative Fault

If you or any third parties were partially at fault, that can reduce the value of your case.

Prior Injuries and Claims

Your case value may be affected by prior injuries or claims you may have had.

Romano Law Group can help

Romano Law Group attorneys have decades of combined experience to help you through the legal process. To accurately assess your case’s worth, you must provide all relevant information to your attorney so they can evaluate the factors mentioned above and determine an appropriate value. Remember that each case is unique, and there’s no one-size-fits-all answer to how much a personal injury case is worth.

It’s important to note that the value of your case cannot be determined quickly or generally. It requires a thorough investigation and evaluation of all the details. Only then can an accurate assessment be made.

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