My attorney just conatcted me and stated that the insurance company wants to know if I would like to settle my case. I have a lumbar disc hernaition, I have gone through physical therapy and injections all with no help. How much should I ask for? What is the average amount in Pennsylvania. Also, my lawyer did say they figure it by years
This would be very case specific. It does sound like conservative treatment is not working so you must consider that you may need a surgery in the near future. There are several other factors, but the person who has the file is the best person to be asking these questions.
Timothy P. Brennan, Esq.
Brennan Law Offices
2030 Tilghman Street, Suite 203
Allentown, PA 18104
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There is no way that any attorney on this site can even guess as to how much you should request for settlement based on the 4 line paragraph provided. If you have an attorney already, you shoudl contact your attorney and ask how he is calculating the amoutn being requested.
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