San Diego Personal Injury Attorney Mark C. Blane exposes how an injury case is reviewed and evaluated for settlement value by the insurance companies. The review is broken down into individual "value drivers" to arrive at a value for settlement.

The computers that most insurance companies use today, look for and ask the adjuster, in the review, whether or not there is an impairment to a particular body part per the AMA guidelines. In fact, the computer program Colossus "assumes" a 2% whole person impairment on an injury claim; the adjuster dictates to the computer on whether there is one, or not.  You can get a 2% impairment in the AMA guidelines from mere muscle spasms; the point is, does your injury lawyer utilize, when warranted, the AMA guidelines on your injury case?  To talk with an experienced California injury lawyer about your legal matter, call the law firm of Mark C. Blane at (888) 845-6269 today. You can also visit the firm’s website to view blogs, books, articles and informative resources that can help you with your personal injury case. Website: Hablamos Español

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