It takes a real moran to ask a question like this one. You make it sound like its a lottery winning. Come on down her and I'll take my Louisville Slugger and double your money for you. Idiot.
Depends on how you think it is worth plus car damage. I would ask $980, but that is me.
its UNKNOWN but u get a BUNCH of money $$ L
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I don't think there is much demand for broken femurs, so you probably wouldn't be able to get much for it. My advice would be to have an orthopedic specialist treat it, and then hang on to it for future use.
NONE. It was your fault. you'd have to pay for the damage of the other persons car too. dont expect any reward for accident.
No. If the accident was your fault, you can not get money from the other person's car insurance.
You don't "get money" for being in a car accident. If you are in an accident and not at fault, it is the responsibility of the other person's insurance company to put you back into the same place you were before the accident. This would involve paying for the repairs to your vehicle, or giving you the value of the vehicle if it isn't repairable. Also they would pay for any medical bills incurred as a result of the accident.
I can't exactly say how much car accident settlement costs because it varies depending on the fatality of the event. The only definite amount that can be given is how much money the victim have to spend to recover from the accident -- medical expense, trauma therapy, and damage repairs for broken materials owned by the victim (e.g. car, wheelchair, laptop, etc) According to my research emotional pain is also considered in finalizing a settlement. Although there are no definite formulas when it comes to this, you can think of it as multiplying your medical expenses by 5 or more depending on the recovery. The court will decide whether the amount is reasonable.