It’s a common question we hear at The Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya: “How much is my case worth?” That’s a difficult question to answer because each case is unique and there are so many variables that go into valuing a case. In fact, putting a value on a case is as much art as it is science. Here’s some insight into how we go about it.
The biggest factor in valuing a case is the experience of the attorney. In 20 years of personal injury law, I have settled thousands of cases for many tens of millions of dollars. While every case is unique, I have developed a sense of what a case may be worth based on my years of experience. In addition, our attorneys closely follow personal injury cases that go to trial in Colorado. We know the specifics of each case, where it was tried, who the judge was, who the insurance companies were and their adjusters and attorneys, and the amount awarded by juries.
Our Denver auto accident attorneys will not give you an inflated estimate of the worth of your case. Some cases do settle for large amounts, but any particular case will depend on the circumstances of the accident. Settlement amounts also are affected by the diligence, work and perseverance of the attorneys on the case – which is where we shine. You won’t find more experienced or successful personal injury attorneys than at The Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya.
If you’ve been hurt in a car accident, you need an attorney who will get you the money you’re entitled to. Give me a call at (303) 758-4777, email me at DLS@dlslawfirm.com or visit us on the web at www.dlslawfirm.com. Let’s talk about your case. There’s no cost or obligation. We’ll help you get the money you and your family deserve for the injuries you’ve suffered. And remember: If we take your case, we don’t get paid unless you get paid.
It’s a common question we hear at The Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya: “How much is my case worth?” It’s a difficult question to answer anyway, because each case is unique and there are so many variables that go into valuing a case. In fact, putting a value on a case is as much art as it is science. Here’s some insight into how we go about it.