A fully loaded tractor trailer can weigh up to 80,000 pounds compared to a fully loaded sedan, which can weigh 4,000 pounds. And with a weight difference of nearly 20 times
Will My Case Go to Trial?
After a car crash, one of the first questions I get in my office is “will my case go to trial?” And it’s understandable because the thought of going to trial can cause a feeling of uneasiness in the best of us.
Most injury cases settle long before a verdict, so the prospect of your case getting before a jury is slim. However, it is always in your best interest to hire an attorney that is willing and able to try your case to verdict if that’s what it takes to achieve full justice for you.
Insurance companies bank on the fact that the wheels of justice turn slowly and litigation can mean a year or more before a jury verdict. These insurance companies hope they can drag the process out long enough that you tire and accept pennies on the dollar for your harms. You need to have attorneys on your side who don’t get tired.
Here in this office, we prepare every case as if it will go to verdict, knowing that most will not because it will put us in the best settlement position for you. It also sends a signal to the insurance companies that we will not let them put their own profits ahead of the safety of the public.
If you need help after a car crash or other injury, call our office or schedule a free consultation with us to discuss your case.
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Almost every personal injury case requires expert testimony to get certain pieces of information into evidence. The type of case you are involved in will determine the type of expert needed.