“Mike, what is the dollar value of my case?” Let me explain some basics so you can understand what is important when setting the dollar value of your case.
First, any lawyer who claims to know the dollar value of your case without thoroughly investigating your case could easily settle cheap.
Second, insurance companies are not going to tell you how to go about valuing your case. That’s why the insurance adjuster asks you to supply information. If you don’t give certain information to the insurance adjuster, then the insurance adjuster will not ask for it, nor will the insurance adjuster go out and look for it.
It takes work to properly evaluate any case. It is impossible to put a dollar value on a case when a lawyer first meets with a client. A case is not like a new car. There is no “sticker price.”
From the beginning of your case, I will walk you through the the information gathering process so your case is properly valued by the insurance adjuster assigned to your case. I will explain to you how insurance companies evaluate cases using sophisticated computer programs that run algorithms based on “multipliers” and “value drivers.” I will help you understand how your doctor can decrease the value of your case, or increase the value of your case. I will dig through documentation to find documented facts that increase case valuation by the insurance company.
I will develop a plan of action for your case, and a “range of dollar value” in your case. Before a settlement is made, you will know that dollar range and you will have control over the decision to accept or reject any offer. I will advise you on the risks and benefits of taking a settlement versus rejecting a settlement. I work for you and you alone. I look forward to hearing from you. Click Here To Schedule Your Free Consultation