Wanting Full Compensation For A Personal Injury Is Only Fair
It’s only fair to want maximum compensation if someone’s carelessness hurt you or a loved one. It’s only fair to expect the careless party to pay for your medical bills, to cover your lost wages and to address all other costs associated with your injuries.
At Robinson Law, PLLC, our Fairfax attorneys are committed to fair outcomes in personal injury claims. We come to these cases with decades of experience and a willingness to fight for you.
How To Calculate The Value Of A Personal Injury Claim
You’re likely watching medical bills pile up. You might be missing work and wondering how your bills are going to get paid. There’s nothing wrong with wanting money and wanting it as soon as possible.
Calculating the value of a personal injury claim can be surprisingly complex. One of the biggest things to keep in mind is that you not only want money for the costs that have already accumulated, but also for any future costs associated with your injury. That can be difficult to calculate if you are still on the road to recovery, because you may not know exactly how much more medical treatment you will need or how much more work you are going to miss.
Our lawyers take great care to make sure that no costs are overlooked. We want you to get enough money to move forward with your life.
Warning: If you get a settlement offer from the insurance company, you have the right to be skeptical about it. You have the right to question if it is fair. You have the right to have an attorney review the offer. We review settlement offers for free and often find that they are not as much as they should be.
What Type Of Injury Does Your Case Involve?
We handle personal injury claims involving all injuries, including:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Neck, back and spine injuries
- Joint injuries
- Broken bones
- Hearing loss and blindness
Many of these injuries are suffered in motor vehicle crashes, but we also represent victims of slip-and-fall accidents, nursing home abuse and neglect, and other forms of negligence.