Buffalo Personal Injury Attorney Explains if You Will Have to Testify in Court
One question that is always asked of me as a Buffalo Personal Injury Attorney is, “Will I have to testify?”
- Often, negotiated settlements with insurance companies obviate the need to go to trial; however, it is very important that insurance companies know your attorney is willing to take your case to trial.
- Insurance companies know which attorneys will try to persuade clients to settle their cases to avoid proceeding to the level of a trial, but we try a high percentage of our cases unless we are confident of securing a reasonable dollar figure under our client’s specific circumstances.
- Ultimately, the client decides whether we go to trial – making their testimony required – because the attorney is the employee and the client is the employer.
Have you been injured in a serious accident and worried you may have to go to court? Contact dedicated Buffalo Personal Injury Attorney Robert Maranto.
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Nicotra is very personable, patient and empathetic with his clients. He’s upfront with you and he explains the entire process with you, he never leads you to believe otherwise, he tells you like it is and he will not sell you a million dollar dream. Trust in Nicotra, he works for you and he looks out for your best interest.