Have you ever wondered if you will get a million dollars if you are in an accident? In this VLAW podcast, Big Mike and Attorney Sidney discuss the question of whether or not someone who is injured in an accident will get a million dollars. They talk about how the value of an accident claim is not determined by the amount of money that other attorneys have recovered in the past. Instead, there are many factors that can affect the value of an auto accident claim. Some of the most important factors include:
- The severity of your injuries.
- The extent of your lost wages.
- The cost of your medical care.
- Your pain and suffering.
- The fault of the other driver.
- The insurance coverage of the other driver.
It is important to remember that not all auto accident claims are worth millions of dollars. In fact, most claims settle for far less than that. The ads that claim to get you millions of dollars for your claim are often misleading. They may use language like “aggregate” or “total” to make it seem like they have recovered millions of dollars for their clients. However, these numbers often include the value of many different claims, not just one.
They also talk about the term “aggregate,” which refers to the total amount of money that an attorney has recovered in all of their cases. Sidney will explain that the aggregate amount of money that an attorney has recovered is not necessarily relevant to the value of your settlement.
Finally, They talk about the importance of getting real care and getting a real assessment of your case. Sidney says that it is important to focus on recovery and to not get caught up in the hype of attorneys who claim to get millions of dollars for their clients.
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