Avoiding Trial for a Truck Accident Claim

Avoiding trial for a truck accident claim could hurt your settlement. Contact our St. Petersburg attorneys today to schedule a free consultation.

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Question:

Will my truck accident case go to trial?

Answer:

Avoiding Trial for a Truck Accident ClaimI had a client ask me about her trucking accident case. Her question for me was, “Is my case going to have to go to trial, or is there a way that we can avoid that?” I told her that the main reason we have to try cases is if an insurance company is not doing the right thing, and that is fairly evaluating her case and offering what her case is worth, in our opinion. If that doesn’t happen, then sometimes we have to go to trial and have a jury do the right thing, if the insurance company won’t.
The way we avoid trials is by being prepared. We will fully and completely prepare not only our case through depositions and through discovery, but also have our client prepared if they have to testify. We will have medical providers prepared if they have to testify about this case. We will have experts prepared as well, so that if we have to try the case, then the insurance company’s going to see we’re prepared and ready to go, and if they won’t do the right thing, we’ll have a jury do the right thing for us.


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