What is the average payment from Allstate for a rear end accident claim?

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What is the average payment from Allstate for a rear end accident claim?


Asking about the average Allstate payment for rear end collisions is not a question that is going to give you a very definite answer, unfortunately. Every single car accident is different. You may have suffered a different amount of damage to your vehicle, or your vehicle may have been more or less expensive than someone else. You may have been seriously injured by the rear end accident, or you may have only suffered a scraped knee. Obviously, the average payout from Allstate for someone who became paralyzed as a result of a rear end accident is going to be much higher than the average payout for someone who suffered a broken arm. In cases where a car accident led to death, the wrongful death damages can be even higher. 

So, instead of asking what the average payout is, a better question is to ask how payouts are determined. If you get into an accident caused by someone with Allstate Insurance, your payment will either be determined by the negotiation of an out-of-court settlement, wherein Allstate agrees to give you a set amount of cash in exchange for your legally binding promise not to sue, or by a jury if you do sue. 

The payout made by Allstate for the rear end accident will include compensation for:

  • Any and all medical bills that have arisen or will arise from the injuries caused by the accident
  • Any and all lost wages that have or will occur as a result of the accident
  • Pain and suffering that the accident injuries cause you
  • Emotional distress that the accident or injuries have caused

To get help negotiating a settlement with Allstate or to understand what compensation you are entitled to, you should strongly consider speaking with a professional attorney for guidance.