The value of the liquidation often depends on the severity of the victim's symptoms. I was in a car accident where someone in a normal size van hit me from behind and forced my car into the one in front of me. My car was destroyed, the driver admits fault, and his insurance company claims 100% liability. The MRI shows two herniated discs in the neck.
Is there any amount of ball park that my case would accept? My husband was also in the car and we have both been in therapy for 3 months, along with pain management appointments. So far I have received 1 of 4 injections of lidocaine in my neck. The Chicago car accident injury lawyers at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC understand that the accident that caused your herniated disc was not your fault. You'll need to prove that the car accident or other accident you were involved in was the direct cause of your herniated disc.
You need an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side who will thoroughly investigate your accident and help you demonstrate how your herniated disc limits your daily activities.