Avoiding Trial for a Motorcycle Accident Claim

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

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Question:

Will my motorcycle accident case go to trial?

Answer:

Avoiding Trial for a Motorcycle Accident ClaimI had a motorcycle accident client ask me recently, “Are we going to have to go to trial on this case, and can we avoid going to trial?” Trials are stressful and that’s not something clients are usually looking forward to doing. The typical reason that we end up having to try a case is because the insurance company is not being reasonable. We go to trial if they’re not offering an amount that is fair under the light of the evidence and the facts that they see. We ask a jury to then do the right thing for our client, and that’s what I told him.

The way to avoid a trial is by being prepared, not only preparation through thorough discovery and depositions during the litigation process, but also thoroughly preparing our client for any deposition they’re going to give for testimony at trial. We prepare medical providers to testify if we have to hire them. By the time we get to trial, the insurance company will see that we are fully prepared. If they won’t do the right thing, then we’re going to ask a jury to.


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