As a Cincinnati Ohio personal injury lawyer I have to calculate a fair value for the harm caused to my clients almost daily. In order to do that I need to know that law on damages. I also must walk in my client's shoes. Even though the law on damages is the same, the many factors that go into the mix of a particular case is different.
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Personal injury pain and suffering calculator even by the best personal injury lawyer is both science and art. By science I mean the experience of a good personal injury lawyer that has many settlements to their credit, has researched many settlements, and gone to trial on many cases.
Many injury victims want to know if their is an insurance settlement calculator. I recently wrote a blog about this and had many factors in the calculation of a settlement for personal injury . But the one and only true calculator is the civil jury. Recently the Cincinnati Enquirer reported on a Warren County jury that awarded a patrolman $1.9 million dollars.
My Ohio Personal Injury Settlement Calculator gives you information on what your case may be worth in Ohio .
If you have suffered a personal injury as a result of the fault of another, such as in a car accident, you need to know what your claim is worth. You need to have an insurance settlement calculator for some idea of what your personal injury claim is worth. I offer a free settlement value review.
The biggest myth on how to value your personal injury accident case is to calculate 3 times the special damages. Special damages are your medical bills and lost wages. Nothing could be further from the truth. You could almost call this fake news about personal injury cases.
There is no such thing as a settlement injury formula. Many lay people think there is a settlement injury formula for their personal injury claim. This is fostered by so called self help books that tell you not to hire an attorney. I recently downloaded one of those "Settle my own Car Accident Case Books" and it gave a formula of 2,3,4 times your medical bills plus your lost wages.