This is a very difficult question to answer without a very detailed review of the facts of your case.
Every case is unique and dependent on its particular facts and circumstances. Before any attorney can place a value on a case, she must understand all of the facts and circumstances involved. Among the different variables that must be considered are the type of case, the nature of the injury, the type and number of defendant(s), the availability of insurance coverage, the potential defenses available to the defense, and the jurisdiction, just to name a few. For instance, a product defect claim, such as an asbestos mesothelioma claim, which typically involves many large corporate defendants may be worth anywhere from the hundreds of thousands to the millions of dollars. A personal injury claim, such as a car wreck, may range from five thousand to five-hundred thousand dollars depending on the severity of the injury, the availability and amount of insurance coverage involved and the nature of the injury. Please consult an experienced attorney, like Will Harty or Erin Jewell, to determine the value of your particular case. It is always our goal to maximize our clients' available compensation, in the most efficient way.