CaseYak uses artificial intelligence (AI) to estimate your motor vehicle accident claim. Our damages calculator compares your inputs to ten years of historical jury verdict data and provides you with a projected claim value.
This is the question that led us to create the CaseYak auto accident injury calculator. Indeed it is the first question of most people who are considering seeking legal recourse after being injured in a car accident due to the fault of another. In the past, estimates were generally based on subjective case evaluations using rough multiples of medical expenses and by looking at how juries issued verdicts in similar cases.
Regardless of the method, there is no way to predict case value with 100% accuracy, and a local personal injury attorney is your best resource for determining claim value. However, CaseYak’s calculator offers a first-of-its-kind, objective, and data-driven prediction to help provide more information about your auto accident claim.
CaseYak’s AI platform compares your inputs to 10 years of jury verdict data, and uses machine learning to give you an estimate of your case value. It takes less than 5 minutes. When you provide information about your accident, your injuries and symptoms, your medical expenses, and your lost wages, CaseYak’s machine learning model is able to give you an estimate of what kind of verdict a jury would return in your case. Of course, this is for general informational purposes only and certain assumptions are made, so be sure to read the terms and conditions and consult with a personal injury attorney.
Statistics consistently show that people who hire attorneys to handle their personal injury claims recover more than those who do not. Even taking into consideration the attorney’s fee–typically around 40% of the total recovery–hiring an attorney usually provides sufficient additional recovery so as to cover the fee.
A personal injury attorney can help you communicate with the at-fault party’s insurance company, manage your medical records, keep your file organized and, if necessary, take your case to court.
If you are in a car accident, the first concern is your health. If you need medical care, seek treatment as soon as possible. It is also important to gather evidence relating to your case. This means getting the names of those involved, as well as their insurance information. Take pictures of the scene of the accident, including any damage and injuries that are immediately present.