Will My Case Go To Trial? | Clearwater Personal Injury Attorney

As a Clearwater Personal Injury Attorney, a common question Julia Dolman receives from clients is “will my case go to trial?”. In order to answer that properly it is important for you to understand how your personal injury claim operates. Julia Dolman breaks the down the process and gives insight into how the legal process works when someone is trying to determine “Will my case go to trial?”.

When you’re involved in a motor vehicle collision, the first thing that we’ll do is send a demand to the insurance company to compensate you for your injury. Often times, insurance companies are fighting tooth and nail to pay you as little as possible for your injury claim. It’s at that point the majority of the time, we end up filing a lawsuit in the courthouse. Filing a lawsuit, or a complaint on your behalf enters us into a phase called litigation. Once we enter into litigation, we’re not just dealing with an insurance company and an adjuster, we’re also dealing with a defense attorney and the process becomes more adversarial. Chances are your case will be resolved at what’s called a mediation. A mediation is when we sit down with you and the defense, and a third party mediator. A mediator is a person that’s neutral and has no interest in the outcome of your case. It’s at this time that most cases are resolved without having to go to trial.

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