If you have been injured, then the at-fault party or an insurance company may have offered a proposal to settle the claim. This involves a contract that ultimately releases the responsible party from liability. However, you should not rush to settle a claim. If you agree to settle a claim too early, then you may miss out on additional compensation. A settlement should reimburse all of your losses, but these are often difficult to quantify without the help of an injury lawyer.
How Can Pre-Existing Medical Conditions Affect My Case?
Richard Schwartz: Everybody has pre-existing injuries. It's not uncommon to get an x-ray ...