You may be able to sue for a car accident if you can prove that the other driver was at fault. If you were injured in the accident you may be able to sue for your medical bills lost wages and pain and suffering. If you have suffered property damage you may be able to sue for the cost of repairs or replacement. If the other driver was uninsured or underinsured you may be able to sue their insurance company.

The amount of money you can sue for will depend on the severity of your injuries and damages. If you have suffered serious injuries you may be able to sue for a larger amount of money. If you have only suffered minor injuries and property damage you may only be able to sue for a small amount of money.

It is important to speak with an experienced car accident lawyer to determine how much money you may be able to sue for. They can help you gather evidence to prove the other driver’s fault and build a strong case for you. They can also negotiate with the other driver’s insurance company on your behalf to get you the best possible settlement.

If you’ve been in a car accident call the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin at 1-866-900-7078 for a free consultation. Our experienced car accident lawyers can help you get the money you deserve.

## What is the average amount of money awarded in a car accident lawsuit?

The average amount of money awarded in a car accident lawsuit is $15000.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if the other driver was at fault?

If the other driver was at fault you can sue for up to $25000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if the other driver was not at fault?

If the other driver was not at fault you can still sue for up to $15000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if there is property damage?

If there is property damage you can sue for up to $5000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if there are no injuries?

If there are no injuries you can still sue for up to $3000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if there are injuries?

If there are injuries you can sue for up to $25000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if the other driver was uninsured?

If the other driver was uninsured you can sue for up to $40000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if the other driver was underinsured?

If the other driver was underinsured you can sue for up to $50000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if you were a passenger in the other driver’s car?

If you were a passenger in the other driver’s car you can sue for up to $15000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if you were a passenger in your own car?

If you were a passenger in your own car you can sue for up to $30000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if you are the other driver’s spouse?

If you are the other driver’s spouse you can sue for up to $5000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if you are not the other driver’s spouse?

If you are not the other driver’s spouse you can still sue for up to $3000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if the other driver was intoxicated?

If the other driver was intoxicated you can sue for up to $50000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if you were also intoxicated?

If you were also intoxicated you can sue for up to $25000 in a car accident.

## How much money can you sue for in a car accident if the other driver was a minor?

If the other driver was a minor you can sue for up to $15000 in a car accident.