Needing to Go to Trial in Florida

Needing to Go to Trial in Florida
A lot of cases are settled in a pre-suit period. In other words, after the accident there are police reports, photographs, and witnesses. You treat until you reach what we call maximum medical improvement, at least in the eyes of your doctors. A settlement demand is made to the at-fault party’s insurance company. At that point in time a number of those cases can be amicably resolved. The insurance company and your attorney with your input decide that the claim ought to be resolved without reverting to a law suit. If the case cannot be amicably resolved, then your case is put in suit.

You go through a discovery process and eventually to trial. The statistics are that 90% plus of cases are settled, and that is still the same for those cases that are put in suit. In other words, more than 90 cases that are put in pre-suit are settled, and even those cases that are put in suit, 90% of them settle before you actually go to trial. The chances are that your case can be resolved amicably. However, it may require filing a suit and heading towards trial. Oftentimes those cases are, as we put it, proverbially settled on the court house steps. Again, your chances are better than 90% that your case will be settled.

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  • 90% of cases are settled before going to trial
  • This would be called the pre-suit period

Are you worried that your personal injury case will have to go to trial in Florida?  If so, contact experienced Tampa Personal Injury Lawyer Dennis Morgenstern.

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