Guide to current personal injury awards and settlements
Assess your client's personal injury case in light of similar cases in your jurisdiction with What's It Worth? & find quick answers to the most frequently asked questions What dollar value can be assigned to a particular injury? What is the likely verdict if you go to trial? Can the verdict be sustained on appeal? Should you settle out of court? What are the maximum & minimum amounts awarded in similar cases? What is the extent of a defendant's potential exposure? What's It Worth? is a quick reference for assessing damages in a personal injury case. Subtitled "A Guide to Personal Injury Awards & Settlements," this handbook contains a carefully selected sampling of cases from various jurisdictions involving numerous types of injuries. It presents up-to-date information for determining how much specific injuries are worth in today's dollars.
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