Case Evaluation

Case Evaluation

Charlotte, NC Personal Injury Lawyer

Your Charlotte personal injury lawyer will explain how adjusters evaluate claims.

Current Medical Bills

Generally speaking, higher medical bills equate to a higher case value. However, adjusters may contest paying all of the bills if they believe that the value of services have been inflated or if the claimant went to a medical facility that commonly treats accident victims and inflates prices. One way to avoid negative inferences is for you to see your primary physician rather than be referred by your personal injury lawyer.

Future Medical Bills

Adjusters may be able to see that future treatments are inevitable in some cases. Include information from a doctor to help support the expense of future medical bills.

Wage Loss

Another factor that impacts the value of your claim is the amount of wages that you lost due to the accident. Acquire documentation regarding your loss to help support this claim. Further bolster this information by providing documentation from your doctor that shows that you were disabled or unable to work for a certain period of time. If your wage loss is permanent or semi-permanent, include this information with your claim. Your claim can be impacted by your earning potential being diminished, future surgeries that you may need and time that you will have to miss from work in order to receive medical treatment of physical therapy.

Contact the Personal Injury Law Firm of Bice Law

The personal injury firm of Bice Law will examine your case to determine the type and amount of damages that your injury warrants, including payments for medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and any permanent disability.  We’ll determine whether an out-of-court settlement or trial is the best strategy to obtain maximum benefits for you or your family. If you have suffered injury or harm because of someone else’s actions, take the first step to protect your legal rights – contact the personal injury firm of Bice Law serving both North and South Carolina. You only have a limited time after your injury to file a claim, so act quickly.  Call (855) 5-BICE-LAW today or submit an online request  to get a free consultation with a  personal injury attorneyWe serve families across both North Carolina and South Carolina.

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