Factors Insurance Companies Consider When Evaluating an Oregon Personal Injury/Auto Accident Claim – Part Six – Female Anatomy
This blog addresses the fact that insurance companies consider differences in the way people are built. That is, insurance companies acknowledge that the same accident type will injure different people in differing degrees.
Studies show that simply by being female, a woman, statistically, is at twice the risk of injury if she is involved in an auto accident. A claimant who is female should make strong note of this fact in her personal-injury claim, by citing studies that show the 2-to-1 ratio.
It is likely that to a significant degree, this 2-to-1 ratio reflects the fact that women tend to be smaller than men. Studies indicate that having a notably low weight makes individuals more vulnerable to crash injury.
There are many other factors that can be cited to boost the value for a personal injury case. You must make sure to cite these factors to the insurance adjuster in your demand letter if you wish to obtain the full value for your personal injury case. An experienced attorney in a personal injury law firm in Oregon knows how to facilitate a claims adjuster to achieve a thorough inputting of data that can add value to your claim. Don’t hesitate to call a personal injury attorney with questions you have.