Bicycle Accident Case Value

If you are injured, watch this video to learn how attorneys determine the bicycle accident case value. Give Paukert & Troppmann a call now.


How do I determine the value of a bicycle accident claim?


When we determine the value of a bicycle accident injury claim, we look at two sources of information: the accident investigation and your damages.

Your accident investigation can and should be addressed immediately to establish all at-fault parties and connect their negligent actions to the accident that caused your injuries. Our Spokane bicycle accident attorneys will seek to gather as much evidence to support your claim as possible, so the sooner we can begin, the stronger your case will be.

Your damages are all the ways your life has been negatively impacted by your injuries, both economically and non-economically. These include past medical expenses, future medical expenses, the current state of the victim, and whether they will need further treatment in the future. It includes the impact of pain and suffering and mental anguish as well; there are many ways you may be able to collect damages for what you’ve endured.

Because the damages in your claim hinge on your recovery, this part of determining your claim’s value is a process that depends largely on you. It’s important to understand this, because it’s not something that can be rushed. Though you may want to push forward, healing properly demands that you go as slow as you must for steady, lasting progress.

Our Spokane bicycle accident attorneys want to help guide you every step of the way. You deserve to get your life back, and we want to help you through the process.

Were you or a loved one seriously injured while out on a ride and have questions about the bicycle accident case value? Contact our experienced Spokane Bicycle Accident Attorneys at the Paukert & Troppmann today to schedule your confidential consultation and legal case evaluation.

We are here to guide you.

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