When Should I Settle My Case?

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Knowing when it’s time to seek a settlement of your Kentucky car accident case depends on what your treating physician has to say about your future. When your doctor can assess your future recovery – especially if you might have complications down the road – then you are in a position to more fully assess the value of your damages.

Damages for personal injuries are largely comprised of past and future medical bills, past and future lost wages, and past and future physical and mental pain and suffering. Developing a firm idea of your full damages requires a good understanding of any future medical bills you might incur, and the amount of wages you might not be able to earn.

If you settle a claim too quickly without all of those facts, you likely will be settling for less than what your legal claim is worth. It’s important to remember that once you settle with an insurance company, you can’t go back and ask for an additional settlement. Insurance companies will only settle a claim once in exchange for your agreement to end the case.

Our Car Accident Lawyers Here to Help You

The car accident lawyers at Becker Law Office can help you assess your legal rights if you have been injured in a car accident. We serve individuals who have been injured in accidents throughout Kentucky, including Lexington and Louisville, Tennessee, Ohio and in Southern Indiana. We deal with insurance companies on a daily basis and know how to evaluate the full worth of claims and how to go about obtaining fair and just settlements for our clients.

Contact us today to discuss your situation. Your initial consultation is always free. We don’t get paid until you receive compensation for your injuries.

With Becker Law Office, you get the benefit of two law firms in one. Becker Law Office has negotiators who are known for getting fair settlements. If your case goes to trial, you’ll be represented by an attorney at Bubalo Law PLC. Bubalo Law PLC’s trial lawyers focus on cases that reach the courtroom.