Avoiding Trial for a Boating Accident Claim

Avoiding trial for a boating accident claim could hurt your settlement. Contact our injury attorneys today to schedule a free consultation.

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Question:

Will my boating accident case go to trial?

Answer:

Avoiding Trial for a Boating Accident ClaimI recently had a boating accident client ask me, “Are we going to have to go to trial in this case, or is there a way that I can avoid that?” Typically, the reason we try cases is because the insurance company is not being reasonable or not making a fair offer. When that happens, we will go to trial and we’ll ask a jury to do the right thing in what’s fair and just.
The way to avoid having to do that is to be thoroughly prepared for trial through depositions, discovery and, most importantly, having the client ready for any deposition that they’re going to have to go through and any trial testimony they have to present for that boating accident. We’ll have them thoroughly prepared not only for that, but also for any cross examination that may come from the defense. Medical providers and expert witnesses will also be thoroughly prepared. That way, if we take that boating accident case to trial, the insurance company will see that we’re ready to go, and if you’re not going to do the right thing, then we’re going to ask a jury to.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a boat crash and have questions about avoiding trial for a boating accident claim?
Contact our experienced St. Petersburg boat accident lawyers at Salter, Healy, Bassett & Rivera today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
Let our experience work for you.

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