With the answers to just a few questions, we can let you know how strong your case is, what issues may arise and, most importantly, if it’s worth filing a claim.
How the Claim Evaluator Works
All of the questions we ask are important for understanding where the strengths and weaknesses are in your case. Your education, salary, experience and medical history all tie into how valuable your claim can be and relate to the potential damages you can collect. Each answer option provides a brief explanation of why and how it factors into the value of the case.
Topics Relevant to Your Claim
Witnesses for the accident
Understanding the Results
Your score will fall into one of three ranges:
10 to 20 points- Some of the answers you gave indicate that you will face multiple challenges in pursuing your claim. This does not necessarily mean you don’t have a valuable claim. All it means is that you can expect the company to throw the usual defenses at you while you move forward trying to collect a fair settlement.
21 to 30 points- Moving forward with your claim will likely be a smart move on your part. While the company may try to challenge some of your claim, other parts are probably well in your favor. You probably have a lot of money at stake, so be careful moving forward to handle everything properly.
31 to 40 points- You want to be very careful moving forward. Your future has probably been very affected by your injury and you may have the basis of a very valuable claim. A lot is at stake for you, and there are definitely right and wrong ways to handle things to make your future better. Speak to an attorney as soon as you can.