As above, this is also a question that is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to answer. In most circumstances, after the client completes treatment, the attorney will obtain all relevant medical records, income loss information and any other necessary reports. Then the attorney will prepare a written settlement proposal for the insurance company and attempt to resolve the claim without filing a lawsuit. If the claim fails to settle, the client will discuss with his/her attorney other alternatives, such as: filing a lawsuit, mediation, or simply accepting the insurance company's final offer of settlement.
Conclusion: The Attorney should not attempt to resolve the claim until the client has completed treatment.