I don’t know if my case is worth enough for an Attorney?
From any personal injury settlement or recovery, the injured party would have to pay their attorney fees, their attorney’s costs, and their outstanding/owed medical bills or expenses.
So with some easy math, one can probably estimate if their claim warrants an attorney’s involvement.
However, every claim is different and there is no hardened fast rule.
Some attorneys look at the severity of the impact, as some attorney have a general threshold of property damage as a determinant of whether they will take an injury claim.
Others require a minimal amount of treatment and/or medical bills. Others may evaluate the prospective client’s credibility and/or ability to handle their claim on their own.
I have been consulted by many prospective clients whose cases I did not take, but whom I was able to give useful advise or direction to help them settle their claim on their own.
I’ve gone so far as to help ghost write letters for clients whose cases I did not take.
So when in doubt, consult an attorney, sooner rather than later.