What is my case worth and how is that determined?

Aaron J. Allen: Cases have two components, liability and damages. The assignment of fault to particular parties will effect the ultimate value of a case. For damages, many jurisdictions have different values placed upon different elements of recovery. Louisiana law gives much discretion to a judge or a jury determining the amount of damages or value that a case has.

Sometimes experts are required, such as forensic economists and location rehabilitation experts,to assign accurate value to certain elements. As attorneys, we have vast experience in valuing different kinds of injury and accident cases. We use our experience and research to assign an accurate value to your case. If we cannot settle the case through negotiation, we will then take the case to trial and let the court assign a specific value to the claim.

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