Do you have concerns after a personal injury and are wondering, “How can I avoid trial?” Watch this video then give our South Carolina lawyer a call.
How can I avoid trial for my personal injury case?
Recently someone called me from Chesterfield and wanted to know, “Do I have to go to trial to get a fair settlement? I’ve been through a lot. I’m tired of waiting. My spouse has been through a lot. My family’s been through a lot. On the other hand, we’ve been severely damaged, and we can’t just settle for anything, so we’re torn. We really don’t want to have to go before a jury, but we don’t want to just give up and give our case away. What can I do?”
Well, we understand that because we’ve been through it with many, many other clients. What you have to do in this situation is you have to plan for the worst and hope for the best. The way you do that is you have to prepare your case for trial, and you have to let the insurance company you are suing know that they’re not going to be able to ambush you at trial. You have to let them know that, even though you’ve been through a lot, you’re not going to give away your power. We have to do some hard work, and we have to just keep fighting, so that we can get your case to a point where we can go and talk to the other side about settlement. When we do so, however, we need to know that we’re not giving our power up because we’ve prepared enough so that they know that. Only at that point can you really talk about settling your case but, at the same time, not giving up your power and not just simply giving your case away.
Call our office. Let us sit down and listen to your concerns, but also be willing to listen to us, so that you can ultimately get what you want – a settlement that reflects what you’ve been through, what your family has been through – but at the same time preparing for your case so that you just don’t give away the farm, so to speak, because, unfortunately, to win a case, you’re going to have to do some hard work. Even though it wasn’t your fault, you still have to do some hard work and you need an attorney that’s willing to do the hard work. That’s what it’s going to take. We hear your concerns. We’ll try to reconcile everything, and we’ll try to do that by not giving our power away. That’s the key to achieving a settlement that one can be happy with or at least live with. We cannot give our power away.
Call our office. We’ll help you work through this process, and we’ll help you try to reach your goals. We’ll fight for you. Call us. We are here.
Were you or a loved one severely injured by a negligent person in South Carolina and have questions like, “how can I avoid trial?” Contact experienced South Carolina personal injury lawyer H. Bright Lindler today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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