Do I have a viable personal injury lawsuit? If so, what is it worth?

Each lawsuit presents different legal challenges, but generally a person who has been harmed by the negligence of another person or entity is entitled to recover for the damages caused by the incident. The worth of the lawsuit is measured by the damages you sustained. These damages can include the cost of medical expenses, disability, pain and suffering, disfigurement, loss of enjoyment in life, and in some cases, punitive damages.  A jury will decide the amount a victim should be awarded, but generally their considerations include the nature of the injuries, the extent of damage, the degree of pain and disability, and the ways that the injury will affect your life.

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