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Personal Injury Settlements In Pennsylvania

How Much Is A Personal Injury Claim Worth In PA?

Understanding what components are analyzed when filing a personal injury claim is the first step in getting a better idea of valuing how much its worth. When a claim is filed, there are typically three major factors that are calculated for an evaluation: 

  • Causation
  • Damages
  • Liability

When those three factors are determined, the value of a potential case can then be itemized and broken down. 

How Do You Assess The Value Of Damages?

Sufficient evidence is needed when assessing the amount of damages caused in a personal injury claim. It is also necessary to understand that if a person is injured as a result of the actions of another (person or business), they can file a personal injury lawsuit. Likewise, while the word "personal injury" appears to relate solely to bodily pain, it also incorporates items like property damage.

In an injury claim, the plaintiff will seek compensation from the defendant for the harm they have incurred. However, in order for a defendant to be held accountable for damages, it must be demonstrated that they behaved carelessly, whether in its entirety or a certain percentage.

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What Can I Claim In A Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Pain and suffering, loss of income, and medical expenses are usually the most common elements that are evaluated in a personal injury claim, but others are included. Unfortunately, claimants cannot make up a specific number for pain and suffering, there are steps one must take to show what it may be worth. Physical discomfort, emotional distress, anxiety, mental anguish, shame, and even the diminished probability of getting married can all be covered under pain and suffering compensation in Pennsylvania.

When evaluating pain and suffering in the court, the jury will determine the monetary amount depending on the details of the case. Since every case is unique on its own, there is no way to put an exact value on pain and suffering. Contacting a Pennsylvania personal injury attorney for a free consultation is the ideal way to obtain an estimate of what you might be able to collect from your settlement or lawsuit.

Free Consultations For Injury Victims In Pennsylvania

When you've been injured, scheduling a free legal consultation is the best way to get your questions answered.  Our personal injury lawyers in Pennsylvania provide free consultations and work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we don't get paid until you do. You have nothing to lose by speaking with an attorney about your claim, so contact us today to learn more.

Settlements In Pennsylvania From Lion Injury Law

Some of the settlements that the Lion Injury Law have obtained on behalf of their clients are included below.

All of the financial awards included on this page are based on the unique circumstances of each case, as well as the exact damages involved.

Victims of injuries frequently worry how much their case is worth before choosing legal assistance. Some people even try to estimate their prospective compensation by looking at previous settlements and jury awards.

Attempting to assign a "value" to a case that has yet to be argued is likely a futile exercise given the fact that each case is unique. Contact our experienced legal professionals immediately for a free case review by phone or using the form on this page to get a sense of how strong your personal injury case may be.

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This website is by DiLeonardo Law LLC d/b/a Lion Injury Law. We have offices throughout the commonwealth of Pennsylvania with attorneys licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania. Use of this site does not form an attorney-client relationship and information herein shall not be construed as legal advice. This website is to be considered as ATTORNEY ADVERTISING. Past settlement and verdict values are no guarantee of similar future outcomes. This firm may retain local counsel for prosecuting cases. Results may vary from case to case depending on the specific circumstances of the case. This website has not been approved by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
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