Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Trial?

If you’re wondering, “Will my personal injury case go to trial?”, watch this video learn the factors that could determine that outcome in North Carolina.


Will my personal injury case go to trial?


Recently, someone called me from North Carolina and wanted to know if their personal injury case was going to have to go to trial. This question is a complicated question, but I’m going to make it simple.

When you have a case and it involves a serious injury, you need to prepare your case to go to trial. Some of the best ways, maybe the best way, to not have to go to trial is to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. The way you do that with a personal injury is you choose an attorney that knows how to prepare your case for trial and is willing to do the hard work to prepare your case for trial because that’s preparing for the worst.Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Trial?

If you are prepared to go to trial, the insurance company, the corporation that you’re having to sue, they see that you’re willing to go to trial, you’re going to be prepared, and they’re not going to be able to ambush you because you have an attorney and you yourself are committed to being prepared. When they see that, they start thinking, “Hmm, maybe we don’t really want to risk going to trial in this case. They seem very prepared. They seem confident, but they’re not overconfident, and they’re willing to work. Maybe we don’t want to try this case. Maybe we need to settle this case and go to the next case, where that person doesn’t seem as prepared to go to trial, and maybe we can save money on that case and forget about risking losing a lot of money on this case.”

That’s how a trial works in a personal injury case. You prepare for the worst by preparing for trial, and then, if you’re prepared for the worst, maybe the best will happen. The best would be a really, really good settlement that doesn’t require you to have to go to trial. Call our office. That’s the way we approach cases, and we believe it’s the best way to approach cases. We want to help you, with our experience, so that you can get a great result in your case.

Were you or a loved one severely injured by a negligent person in North Carolina and have questions like, “will my personal injury case go to trial?” Contact experienced Richmond County, NC personal injury lawyer H. Bright Lindler today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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