How do insurance companies determine the value of my injuries in a motorcycle accident?
When you’re involved in a motorcycle accident in the state of Florida and you have sustained injuries in that accident, the insurance company is tasked with the job of determining what the value of those injuries are. That task comes with looking at different portions of the accident such as what is the severity of the property damage? Were you thrown from the motorcycle itself? What are the severities of your injuries? Did you have to get procedures done such as injections or surgery? What were the costs of your past medical expenses at the time that you’re doing a demand for a settlement? What are the projected future costs of your medical needs as well as did you lose time from work in the past and are you potentially gonna lose time from work in the future due to surgical complications or procedures or due to just not being able to return to work due to the severity of your accident. They also consider to some extent pain and suffering in that determination.
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