Ten percent or less. That’s a national and California state average. The fact is that the vast minority of cases end up in trial. And that’s a good thing for everybody. Because my clients know once they have to go through trial, that the amount of cost that I spend is going to reduce the amount that they’re going to get in their pocket. So many times my clients authorize me to settle my case short of trial, just because they know that they’re going to be better off by settling short of trial. In some cases, though, the only way you can get justice is by taking it to trial.
- Car Injury Lawyer Interviewed
- Orange County Car Accidents
- How to Find a Good Personal Injury Attorney (Part 1)
- Calling On Behalf Of Others
- Evidence Collection and Calling an Attorney after a Car Accident
- Problem-Reaction-Solution: An Economic Stimulus Package
- Do You Know What To Do Immediately Following A Car Accident?
- Is Arbitration Ever An Option?
- Why Is Going To Trial So Expensive?
- What Percentage Of Cases Go To Trial?