VIDEO BLOG: How Insurance Companies Obtain Settlement Value on a Personal Injury Case Using Computer Software Technology

San Diego injury attorney Mark C. Blane explains in this video how insurance companies obtain a settlement value for an injury case. If you have been injured in a Southern California accident, you should watch this video to find out more about the process. Most insurance companies use computer software programs to come up with a value for your personal injury case. However, some still use paper formats. Either way, the insurance adjustors manually input evidence into these programs. They look at the intensity of the injury, duration of medical care, permanence of physical impairment, and wage loss suffered by the victim. All of this information gets analyzed and ultimately equated into a value. The insurance company then uses this value to weigh your settlement case. Since any medical findings are physically inputted, there remains room for error. Make sure you hire an injury attorney who understands what to look for and how to maximize your settlement. You can read more about how insurance companies review personal injury cases on our website. We also have other videos that address this issue in further detail. Call Southern California personal injury attorney Mark C. Blane at (888) 845-6269 for your free legal evaluation today.


 

Mark C. Blane is a San Diego Personal Injury Attorney, and the managing lawyer of the Law Offices of Mark C. Blane, a San Diego, California Personal Injury Law Firm dedicated to representing families of people injured in personal injury accidents including car accidents, slip and falls, dog bites, product defects, and the like. If you or a loved one has been killed or injured in an accident in San Diego, or Southern California, due to the negligence of another, please order your free copy of Mr. Blane's book, The 10 Secrets You Need To Know About Your Injury Case, BEFORE You Call A Lawyer. It is full of helpful information that will help you protect your legal rights and it normally sells for $16.95.  However, it is free to all California residents, or those injured in an California accident.

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