If you are not at fault, or even only partially at fault, for your collision, you may be able to recover damages based on the injuries you sustained. The actual value of your personal injury case varies depending on many factors.
The most common types of injuries in a personal injury case include medical bills, loss of income, loss of future earning capacity, loss of property, pain and suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life.
In certain cases where an insurance company did not handle the claim properly, you may be able to recover for punitive damages.
Overall, the value of your personal injury case is based on the severity of the injuries you have suffered from the collision and how those injuries have impacted your life. It is always best to consult with an attorney as soon as possible after a car crash to determine the best course of action.