I hate to give the typical lawyer answer but "it depends" .... on a few major factors.
The value of your claim will be driven by a combination of the following:
Severity of your injuries
How injured were you in your accident? Generally, the more severe the injury, the more the case is worth.
Who was at fault for the accident? If the other side has admitted liability, the case usually has more value. If liability is at issue, meaning it is disputed who was at fault, the value could potentially be less.
Did you miss work due to your injury? That work loss is able to be recovered in many injury claims.
Did the at fault party have adequate insurance to cover your injuries? If so, the claim is easier to pursue.
Certain jurisdictions are better to try certain types of cases.
Disclaimer: None of the above information is to be interpreted as legal advice. This information does not in any way create an attorney-client relationship.