How long does a case take and will I go to court?

In general, a case’s timeline depends on the specific situation. One of the first aspects that we look at when determining the length of a case is the extent of a claimant’s injuries. Your case’s timeline largely depends on your physical recovery. Therefore, if you need surgery or physical therapy, these could all impact the length of your claim and how much you may be entitled to recover. Cases vary by client and some may take longer, especially if trial is necessary. However, our diligent team will be by your side throughout the entire process.

Once your doctor gives us your post-treatment status, we would then send a demand letter to your insurance company to begin the settlement negotiations process. If we can come to a fair settlement with the at-fault party, you may not need to go to court. However, if we believe that you deserve more than they are offering we can begin preparing your case for trial. Getting justice for your case may be daunting, but our team is ready for the challenge.

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