Premises Liability Case Value

When calculating a premises liability case value, your lawyer will need to consider many details. So don’t delay in calling our North Carolina injury lawyer!

Question:

How do you determine the value of my premises liability case?

Answer:

Recently, someone from North Carolina called me. They had been injured in a store that had a hole that should have been fixed, wasn’t fixed, and didn’t have an orange cone or flag to let people know the hole was there. They ended up having surgery. They had hardware in their foot. Their doctor said they might even need to have another surgery.

They’re being worn down. They’re receiving calls from the hospital because the bills need to be paid or the copay needs to be paid. They’re wondering, how long is this going to go on?

In order to fully evaluate a case and an injury like this, any experienced attorney needs to understand from the doctor and the medical records what your medical condition is. They need to understand whether you’re going to be able to walk on your foot properly again. They need to understand whether you’re going to have to have a second surgery and fuse your foot because the pain is so severe that you can hardly walk.

In order for them to Premises Liability Case Valueunderstand that, you the patient have to go through the process of being treated by the doctor. It takes time for all of this medical process to occur and the healing to occur, so that we can see where you are and what you’re left with at the end of the process. These are the factors that a North Carolina attorney is going to look at in trying to evaluate your case. That type of evaluation can occur early on six weeks after you’ve been hurt.

It’s frustrating. We understand it is frustrating, but there’s a lot at stake. Are you ever going to be able to stand? Are you ever going to be able to really walk around the mall with your wife without having to stop and sit down when she wants to keep going?

It’s that kind of thing that needs to be assessed. It’s that kind of thing that a jury is going to look at when they are rendering their verdict. We need to know where you are at the end of your treatment to be able to evaluate your case.

If you’re willing – if you’re the kind of person that doesn’t want to prematurely settle your case and have regrets— call our office. We’ll work with you through this process so that in the end, we can go and obtain the type of settlement or verdict that is needed to truly make it worthwhile for what you’ve been through. Call our office; we are here to help.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured on another person’s property in North Carolina and have questions about premises liability case value? Contact experienced Richmond County, NC premises liability lawyer H. Bright Lindler today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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