Do all cases go to court?
It's true, not all cases go to court!
Many people are under the assumption that if they are injured in an auto accident, that they have to bring their case to court in order to receive compensation for their personal injuries. While some cases do wind up in court, the vast majority of cases are resolved with an "out of court settlement" that all parties have agreed to.
One of the reasons to have an experienced lawyer represent you is so they can prepare your case in the most persuasive light that will show the insurance company that it makes more sense to resolve the case without going to court. However, if you are not happy with the offer of settlement from the insurance company, your lawyer will discuss with you, the pros and cons of filing a lawsuit.
Over the past nearly 24 years, our office has helped countless individuals who have suffered personal injuries get the money they deserve. Whether by settlement or through trial, we have the necessary skills and resources to go the distance for you.
If you have been injured, or know someone who has, both Attorney Michelle Cote and I, are available for a confidential, no cost case evaluation. Early case evaluation can be critical in preserving evidence necessary to proving your case, so if you have been injured, contact us as soon as possible to preserve your rights.