Most people who file personal injury cases are able to resolve their lawsuits before trial. Whether your case will need to go to court or not depends on a lot of different factors. Some of those factors are within your control. For example, your case may be more likely to settle if you have evidence to prove your claim and an experienced attorney to help you negotiate with insurance adjusters. Other factors, such as the willingness of the defendant to settle the case, are not within your control.
However, you should not allow any apprehension or anxiety about going to court keep you from filing a case.
Going To Court Can Get You The Personal Injury Settlement You Deserve
We don’t want you just to take our word for it. As experienced lawyers, it is easy for us to say that you shouldn’t worry about going to court, but we understand that courtrooms are not part of your typical work day. Yet the possibility of going to court should not stop you from pursuing a recovery after a personal injury claim because:
- Hupy and Abraham is able to resolve the majority of our personal injury cases through skillful negotiation. If your case settles then you may never have to go to court.
- If you do go to court, then you will never go alone. Your lawyer will always be with you to represent your interests, to speak on your behalf, and to guide you through the proceedings.
- You will never go to court unprepared. Your lawyer will make sure that you are thoroughly prepared for what will happen in the courtroom before you go to court.
- Going to court is not a bad thing. Sometimes it is necessary to get the fair recovery that you deserve and that can make a significant difference for your future.
We understand that your goal is to resolve your personal injury claim as quickly as possible, with as little stress as possible, and without spending too much in personal injury attorneys’ fees. You want to settle your case, and we want to help you do that if it can be done fairly. To discuss your personal injury case, and how to resolve it fairly, please contact us online any time—24/7/365— or by calling 1.800.800.5678 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.