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How Can a Trial Attorney Help My Personal Injury Case?

Posted by Francis M. Smith on Fri, Apr 17, 2015

By Francis M. Smith

Most personal injury claims never see the inside of a courtroom; it's much more common for the injured person and the insurance company responsible for the claim to agree to a settlement outside of court. Unfortunately, this also means that many injury lawyers also rarely see the inside of a courtroom. Trying a case before a jury can be expensive for a trial attorney, who often pays for expert testimony and other trial costs out of his own pocket (to be repaid out of the settlement or verdict) in the process of preparing your case – so some injury lawyers prefer to avoid going to trial whenever possible. Often, the lawyers who spend the most on advertising, especially direct mail advertising,  are not the ones who are most willing to fight the insurance company in a courtroom if the company does not offer proper compensation for your injuries.

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Topics: Personal Injury, injury compensation, injury case, trial attorney

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