Times When Going to Trial Makes Sense for an Injury Claim

Contrary to popular opinion, lawsuits actually settle out of court: the intense courtroom battles that are portrayed in many a drama on our TV screens are a figment of imagination, meant to keep you engaged to the show for a good hour. In reality, most personal injury lawsuits involve the submission of documents, meeting with insurance company representations, depositions, and LOTS of waiting. However, on the off-chance that your personal injury claim does go to trial, there are a couple of things you must understand and prepare for. As an experienced injury law firm with extensive trial experience, McCready Law is the law firm for you whether you were in a car crash, slipped and fell at work or business establishment, were burned, injured by a drug or were the victim of medical malpractice.

Are you looking for a personal injury law firm with trial experience? Our committed personal injury attorneys have over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience helping individuals just like you get the justice and compensation you deserve. Please call us NOW at (773) 825-3547 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. We work on contingency fee basis, and what this simply means is that we take on your case at NO CHARGE and work on it to completion, and we only levy our fees once we’ve successfully recovered compensation on your behalf. Wherever you are in the country, we can help with your injury claim thanks to our network of attorney referrals that will do whatever it takes to get you your desired compensation. For your FREE, confidential consultation, please call us NOW at (773) 825-3547 to learn more.

Here are some of the reasons why your injury lawsuit may go to trial:

  1. You Were Lowballed By the Insurance Company

The insurance business doesn’t exist to pay out claims: on the contrary, they make money by paying out as infrequently and as low as possible. Therefore, many insurance companies employ bad faith tactics in order to frustrate you so you can accept a paltry amount that for instance won’t even cover your medical care. Our attorneys, upon receiving a lowball offer, will strategize and choose to go the trial route where you can get up to 10 TIMES what the insurance company as offering.

  1. Inconclusive Evidence

Insurance adjusters are wary of paying for the cost of treatment for your injuries because most of the time, they don’t believe that plaintiffs have been injured in the manner in which they say they were. In addition, they may believe that because your medical documentation doesn’t show that you were injured to the extent that you were, then you do not deserve medical damages. The same here goes for property damage, where there may be a lack of official assessment by an expert as to the extent of the damage.

Best Personal Injury Attorneys With Trial Experience – Call Us Now!

Trials are expensive, and insurance companies tend to scoff at injured individuals who are represented by injury lawyers with little to no trial experience, as they see you as a sitting duck, ready to be picked off. Thankfully, our trial wins put us head and shoulders above the competition, and the go-to people for all personal injury claims where one stands to recover a large settlement. Please call us NOW at (773) 825-3547 to learn more about the true value of your personal injury lawsuit. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.