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Posted over 2 years ago.

Their control of the medical cost is only fair, the regular treatment I am own is going to be for life, "mental hosiptals", pain medications and various treatments for my back and spine.

Without adding the spinal fusion post-ponned until next year and possibly committment into a psychiatric hospital, my medical (doctors, chiros, physical therapy awarded by the judge, accut...) is running $9,800 a month on average, I want to change and be a stronger person and fight for a chance of a normal life.


What offer would you accept for your client with this information, what is "discounting" and dropping the value of a case? Is inflation considered and costs of borrowing money. I am on my own with the case, I was told $130,000 was fair and I don't agree, my medical will exceed that in less than two years. I saw a motivational speaker without arms and legs, I want to productive to the world. You and Mr Borah are so kind and I know your advice is no substitution for a legal pro. Is it ethical to guess the outside range of what is acceptable for my case?

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Posted over 2 years ago.

Thank all of you gentlement for your posts, it's probably out of bounds, to ask this question because each person signs a "letter of confidential" to the judge of court.

I thought you would laugh at the offer they made to me to settle my entire case. I spent eighteen days in a m. hospital three years ago from the pain of two back surgery, a pain implant, eight pain blocks and now a surgery again next year or end of the year.

each case is different and no patient is same, I thought $130k is low for all future medical and insurers no longer pay. Not fair to put this question forward because of the large area each person can be.


The attorney I have gave me this offer of $130, if another attorney get's more can he share in the settlement of future medical? have a goood weekend, thank you all.