In order to get a reliable answer, the police and medical reports must be evaluated.
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I am sorry to hear about your injury.
More information is needed to give a reasoned answer. When did it happen? Do you have a lawyer? Has a lawsuit been filed? Has discovery (your deposition and exam by other insurance company's doctor)? What tort threshed did you select on your own auto insurance policy? Was the fracture displaced? What activities have been affected?
If you have not yet done so, I recommend that you consult a board certified personal injury lawyer ASAP.
There are a lot of factors that go into properly evaluating an injury. For starters one would need to look at the police report and all medical records and then discuss with you the extent of any residuals from the injury. In any event, you can expect the insurance company to low ball you without an attorney.Ask a similar question
Most likely quite a bit, considering your "pain and suffering", but make sure to hire the right personal injury lawyer to fight on your behalf; otherwise you are pretty much looking to settle for next to nothing.. Property damage only and no pain and suffering.
Kindly be advised that the answer above is only general in nature cannot be construed as legal advice, given that not enough facts are known. It is your responsibility to retain a lawyer to analyze the facts specific to your particular situation in order to give you specific advice. Specific answers will require cognizance of all pertinent facts about your case. Any answers offered on Avvo are of a general nature only, and are not meant to create an attorney-client relationship.Ask a similar question
You are entitled to medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and compensation for permanent injury. There is no perfect formula to determine value, which is why an experienced injury attorney in your area will have a firm grasp on the fair value of your claim. As suggested, you need to gather all of the medical bills and medical records related to the accident, and meet with an attorney. Good luck.Ask a similar question
Folks often post questions on this forum asking what a fair settlement is for a personal injury matter. Unfortunately, no attorney is going to be able to give you a substantive answer without reviewing all of the circumstances, medical records, etc. You need to consult with a personal injury attorney to assist you. Personal injury attorneys typically handle cases on a contingency fee basis and give free consultations. Use the Find a Lawyer tab on Avvo to find one in your area. Best of luck to you...
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More information is needed to properly evaluate. Have a personal injury lawyer investigate. Avvo has a great find a lawyer tool to locate a top-rated lawyer with a low contingency fee so you don't get hurt twice. No need for a "certified trial lawyer" as the qualification process is something like a mere 10 cases, when most experienced lawyers have had hundreds under their belt.Ask a similar question
I need more information to answer this question. However, I would need to see the police report, your insurance policy to evaluate the injury threshold, and your medical records to evaluate the degree of the injury and treatment involved (surgery??), as well as permanent effects of the injury to your wrist, if any...... Consult an experienced injury attorney
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Your questions cannot be answered in this forum. YOu need an experienced personal injury lawyer to review the liability and damage issues, evaluate the effectiveness of the witnesses and find out the insurance available to resolve the matter. Use Avvo find a lawyer feature to locate on e near you to help. Make sure you get a top-rated one and one who is a member of NJAJ, an organization dedicated to representing injured persons.
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There are various factors which play a critical role in determining the fair value of a potential claim. The first relates to the significance of your injury and whether your fracture was displaced or non-displaced. Do you know? Will you have any permanent residual problem with your wrist? Who is your automobile insurance company? Do you have the verbal or lawsuit threshold, or no threshold? Did you require surgery? Are you a man or a woman? How old are you? What do you do for a living? How much time did you miss from work? Did you go on State disability or do you have a private disability insurance policy which paid benefits to you? How long did you receive disability benefits for? Do you have to lift things or do manual labor which puts a strain on your wrist? Was it your dominant hand? In what county did the accident occur and where do you and the other driver live. Your posting looks like you live in Passaic County. Where your case can be filed plays a role in its value. How much time from work did you lose and how much income was lost by not being able to work? With the above information, an experienced attorney would be able to give you a reasonable answer to your question.Ask a similar question
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