How Much Is My Truck Accident Worth?

The value of a truck accident claim can vary greatly since the specifics of each case differ widely. However, the most common factors that affect the value include the following:
Severity and Nature of Your Injuries: The more severe and debilitating the injuries, the higher the potential value of the claim. An injury claim is valued based on the harms and losses suffered by the person injured, or the family that has suffered the loss.
Insurance Policy Limits: The at-fault party’s insurance policy limits is a factor as that informs the amount of compensation available.
Strength of Evidence: The stronger the evidence of negligence, the greater likelihood of success in proving liability. This can lead to a higher settlement value or a larger jury verdict if the case goes to trial.
Whether You’re Partially at Fault: In Texas’s comparative negligence system, if you are found to be partially responsible for an accident, any compensation amount may be reduced by that percentage.
Experience of Your Attorney: Having an experienced lawyer in your corner will undoubtedly impact the value of your claim and the amount recovered.
These are just some of the factors that will affect the value of your claim. Ultimately, it is always determined on a case-by-case basis, and an experienced attorney will be able to review your case and evaluate these factors to provide a better idea of what you can expect.