In this video, you will learn about an accident attorney. There are a few factors that determine the value of your case. One of the first factors is injury.
The more injury you can show from the medical records, the more value the jury will find and in turn, the more money the insurance company will pay. The second factor is the client and the person. If the client is someone who is likable and answers questions correctly, they will be more likable to a jury. The third factor is the treatment. Has the medical care been consistent? Are the medical records consistent? The jury and judge need to see that there is consistent treatment. The venue also is important. The venue is also important. If the lawsuit can be brought to a high venue, insurance companies might look to settle these cases for more money. Someone more conservative would be a good place for this. Evaluating risk is what insurance companies do. In the same wave, another factor is the insurance company itself. Some companies are very good and reasonable. They will offer a reasonable amount very quickly. Some insurance companies are very hard to get a settlement off of.