Calculate Your Estimated Settlement
Please be aware that every case is a different and multiple variables need to be considered to evaluate the exact settlement amount. If you have any questions or would like to talk to an attorney about your case, give us a call at (817) 820-0100 or fill out the free case evaluation form.
Step 1: Employment Status
Select your employment status at the time of the accident:
Step 2: Income & Medical
Insert a numerical value in each field below to receive your estimated settlement value.
Step 3: Contact Hutchison & Stoy
If you are currently in pain and need medical or chiropratic treatment, we can help you get the proper care without any out-of-pocket costs to you.
If you are worried about your unpaid bills or your transportation, the lawyers at Hutchison & Stoy can help you today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, pain and suffering is included in the calculation above. Again, this amount will depend on your case and several other variables.
Calculating your loss of earnings depends on how you are employed. Someone that is employed by a company will factor in their hours missed, their hourly rate, and other variables. Self-employed individuals will use gross profits and potential earnings lost as variables to calculate loss earnings. We have a page that discusses how to calculate loss of earnings here: How to calculate lost wages for personal injury claims.
We have a page that is dedicated to this question that you can find here: What is the average car accident settlement. The answer to this question depends on several variables, but the calculator above will give you an estimation.
Insurance companies usually multiply your medical bills by a number between one and five to calculate pain and suffering. This number will depend on how severe the injuries are for your case. An experience attorney will help you determine this number and give you a better estimation.
Yes, the settlement that is reached in a lawsuit or insurance claim will include reimbursement for any medical bills you have already incurred and a plan for any future medical treatment that is needed.
Most personal injury lawyer work from a contingency fee agreement. These fees are normally between 33%-40% of any settlement. You can learn more about contingency fees here: Everything you need to know about contingency fee lawyers.
No, but studies show that individuals with legal representation receive an average of 3.5 times more than individuals who choose to pursue their claim without assistance.
Yes, an experienced personal injury lawyer will have relationships with doctors, chiropractors, and other professionals that will make sure you get the proper treatment without any out-of-pocket costs to you.