Issues of severity, duration, out of pocket expenses, future,past, present pain and suffering are all determining factors.
Objective testing will be crucial.
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There is no way to answer that question. If you have surgery, your case is worth a lot more than if you don't have surgery. If you do therapy, it is worth more than if you don't. Your attorney should be able to give you an idea what your case is worth.
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There is no way to answer that question at this point in time. Many factors go into the answer, such as: how long will your treatment last? Will there be any medical bills that still need to be paid? Will there be a health insurance lien? Are there tort laws in FL that would preclude you from getting a settlement nukes you are seriously or permanently injured? Are you in fact permanently injured? Do you have prior accidents? Was there any property damage? ALL of these questions will determine how much you can recover, if anything.
Each case is different. Recoveries can range from zero to millions of dollars, depending upon the individualized facts. Since you are represented by an attorney, you should discuss the value of your potential claim with your attorney. Your attorney is in the best position to guide you on case value.
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I agree with my colleagues. I only add that to be credible, your care MUST be overseen by a medical doctor, preferably an orthopaedist. Good luck.
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