Free & Private Case Analysis:

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Start below: Answer these questions for information on the potential strengths and weaknesses of your case.

    Were you injured in the accident?

    Was someone with you injured in the accident?

    In order to file a personal injury claim, someone needs to have been physically injured in the accident. If no one was injured then there is no claim to make.

    Who was at fault for the accident?

    In order to file a personal injury claim, someone else needs to be responsible for the injury to you. If you were entirely at fault you generally wouldn't be able to make a claim. If you were partially at fault, you might still be able to file a claim depending on the facts of your case.

    Liability is an important aspect of a personal injury case. If you don't know who was at fault you still might be able to file a claim, but you should have an attorney review the facts of your case to help understand if you can.

    A personal injury case with shared liability is difficult to assess and depends on a large number of factors. You might still have a case even if you were partially responsible, but you should contact a personal injury attorney to help you assess your case.

    How severe was the property damage to your vehicle?
    How severe was the property damage to the other vehicle?

    Minor property damage for both vehicles presents unique challenges to a personal injury case. A person can still be significantly injured in a slow impact collision, but insurance companies may be more likely to question or downplay the severity of any injuries. Medical providers will play a critical role in properly documenting and treating any injuries you sustained as a result of the accident.

    Moderate property damage to at least one vehicle can help establish how the severity of the collision could have lead to your injuries. This damage can be submitted as evidence along with properly documented medical treatment when filing your claim.

    Significant property damage to at least one vehicle can clearly demonstrate the severity of the collision. A more violent impact also increases the chances of more serious physical injuries. Medical professionals can help properly document and treat your injuries prior to filing a claim.

    How severe are your injuries and/or the injuries of someone with you who was injured?

    Injured body part:
    Scale the pain of the worst injury directly related to the accident:
    Advanced symptoms:

    If you do not have any physical injuries that require treatment as a result of the accident then you might not have a strong personal injury case.

    If a doctor can document that your injuries were a direct result of the accident, based on your responses you might require a higher than average amount of medical treatment to recover from your injuries.

    It is important for your case to have a doctor document the extent of your injuries from the accident. The doctor should also ensure you get proper medical treatment to help you recover from your injuries as quickly and as much as possible.

    Does the person who caused the accident have insurance coverage?
    Do you have UM (Uninsured Motorist) or UIM (Underinsured Motorist) coverage?

    The strongest car accident cases have four components:

    1. Liability is clearly established.

      Liability is clearly accepted by the person who caused the accident
      Liability is unknown or shared
    1. Property damage shows how and why the injury would have occurred.

      At least one vehicle sustained significant property damage
      At least one vehicle only had minor property damage
    1. Injuries can be medically documented, treated, and clearly linked to the accident.

      Your injuries might require substantial medical treatment
      Your injuries might not require substantial medical treatment
    1. Insurance coverage is available for you to file a claim.

      You likely have coverage available for a claim
      You might not have coverage available for a claim
    Every case is unique. If you would like to discuss your case with one of our experience Personal Injury attorneys, please fill out the info below:

    In what state did the accident occur?

    In what state do you live?

    Do you want an attorney to contact you about your case?





    What is a personal injury claim?

    State laws require all vehicles to be covered by some form of insurance policy. Insurance policies supply coverage anywhere from minimum requirements (which vary by state) all the way up to millions of dollars of coverage (businesses typically provide far more coverage than individuals). If you are injured in an accident in which someone else is at least partially responsible, you may need to visit medical professionals to help you recover from your injuries. The insurance policies are in place to provide you with compensation for these medical visits and potentially additional compensation for pain and suffering.

    No two personal injury cases are the same and no payout is guaranteed. If you or someone you know has been in an accident, this online tool can help give you a general understanding of potential strengths and weaknesses of your case, but you should always seek advice from an attorney to help understand how you should proceed with your own claim.

    Disclaimer:

    This online tool is intended to provide general insights into potential personal injury cases. Each case is different with a unique set of circumstances and no outcome is guaranteed regardless of the strengths or weaknesses of a case. Please consult with a personal injury attorney for specific feedback on your unique case.