Does The Threat Of Going To Trial Enhance The Likelihood Of A Larger Settlement?
Insurance adjusters know which lawyers do and do not go to trial, and if they know they are dealing with a lawyer who will not take a case to trial, then they will not offer as much money. Fortunately, our firm goes to trial quite often, which is why we tend to obtain larger settlements.
How Do Trial And Negotiating Skills Impact Negotiations With Insurance Companies?
An attorney’s negotiating skills play an important role in escalating verdicts and settlements for their clients.
At What Point Do You Decide Whether Or Not To Take A Bicycle Accident Claim To Trial?
It is always up to the client to decide whether or not they want to take a case to trial. Several factors should be considered, including how much it will cost and the chances of success.
How Does Going To Trial Affect The Overall Cost Of The Personal Injury Process?
Trials are expensive and add to the costs of a claim. Oftentimes, those costs can be assessed against the defense side if the claimant prevails at trial.
How Long Does It Take To Resolve A Case Once A Settlement Has Been Reached?
Once a settlement offer has been made, it typically takes 20 days to finish a case.
How Can I Assist My Attorney In Getting A Favorable Outcome In My Bicycle Accident Case?
In order for a claimant to help their attorney get a favorable outcome in a bicycle accident case, they should be honest and follow their doctor’s orders.
What Should I Look For When Searching For An Attorney To Handle My Bicycle Accident Case?
Any cyclist who has been injured in an accident should seek an attorney who is also a cyclist. This will ensure that the attorney knows the rules of the road and knows what it means to be in a bicycle accident. I’ve been a competitive cyclist since college when I raced biathlons and triathlons. As a 53-year-old, I am fortunate enough to still enjoy mountain biking.
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