What Can I Expect in A Personal Injury Trial?
While most people may want to avoid taking a personal injury case to trial, sometimes pursuing litigation is the only way to get the full value of your injury claim. If your injury case does proceed to trial, your case can either be a jury trial or a bench trial, the latter of which is heard by a judge and does not involve a jury. From there, both the plaintiff and the defendant will present evidence and testimony to argue their case before the jury or judge. Eventually, the judge or jury will deliberate before delivering a decision. It's also not uncommon for both sides to submit settlement offers that, if agreed upon, can end the trial process at any point. Ultimately, the entire process can take some time and is why it's important to have an experienced attorney that not only understands personal injury law, but also has extensive experience inside the courtroom to help you with your case.
How Can You Help Me with My Case?
At the end of the day, personal injury cases can often be complex. From gathering evidence and outlining a strategy for your case, to negotiating with the other side and defending your rights in court, there can be a lot to handle. Having an experienced personal injury attorney in your corner can not only help make the entire process smoother, but it can help you maximize your chances at successfully winning a settlement. For nearly a decade I've worked with clients across the Dallas area, walking them through this process and ensuring that every last detail is addressed to help them succeed. I also have considerable experience litigating personal injury cases in the courtroom and can make sure that you're prepared for any challenges that arise along the way.
At the end of the day, my job is to help remove a lot of the stress and anxiety that comes with pursuing a personal injury claim. Recovering from a serious personal injury is difficult enough without adding legal stress to the equation. That's why I tell all of my clients that it's my job to worry about the legal complexities because I want them to focus on what matters most — getting better. My goal is to provide relief and support to you in any way that I can, so if you've been injured in an accident and need help, contact my office today to set up a free case consultation.