Will I Have to Go to Court During My Accident Case?

Will I Have to Go to Court During My Accident Case?

courtroomWhen a person gets injured in a car accident, they often bring a case against the negligent party that caused their injuries. At our initial meeting, people often ask, “Will I have to go to court because of this accident?” The answer is, probably not, although we certainly can’t guarantee that at the very beginning of a case. The reason I say “probably not” is because the vast majority of personal injury automobile cases are resolved short of court, and certainly short of a trial. Trials can be overwhelming and we do our very best to avoid the case getting to that point.

It is in everyone’s best interest, both yours and the insurance company, to resolve claims as soon as possible, but we’re only going to do that if it can be done on terms that are favorable for you. If we can’t achieve those kinds of results early on, then we’re here for you, and we’re going to go the entire length. Sometimes that requires a court appearance, but that’s only going to help you. We’ll work together to get the best result. We understand that your medical bills may be mounting and you may not be able to work so we want to do our part in helping you obtain the compensation that you are entitled to.

When you are injured in an accident, the first step should be to contact an experienced personal injury attorney who can provide you with strong legal representation throughout the course of  your case. The Law Office of Marc N. Needelman is here to assist you in any of your personal injury matters and will help you obtain justice for the wrongdoings that you have fallen victim to.

Marc N. Needelman is a personal injury attorney, working throughout the state of Connecticut. Contact the law firm to speak with an experienced lawyer regarding your automobile accident and set up a free initial consultation.

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