There are many factors that determine the value of a personal injury case, including but not limited to the severity of your injuries, the amount of your medical bills, your lost wages, whether your injuries are permanent, where the accident happened, the amount of insurance coverage, the severity of the wreck, the type of injury, whether the defendant was drinking alcohol and so on. The ultimate value of your case may be determined by what a jury awards you at trial, or by the best offer made by the insurance company. Nobody can tell you exactly what your case is worth prior to trial. An experienced attorney can give you a range, or an estimate, of the value of your case once the attorney has seen your medical records and knows the details of your case. If you have any specific questions regarding the value of your case, feel free to contact Whitehead & Chiocca.