The Advantages and Disadvantages of Going to Trial

Clients will often ask me as a Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer, what the advantages and disadvantages of going to trial are.

  • If an insurance company undervalues a case, going to trial would be a positive approach to getting the money the injured party deserves.
  • One drawback inherent in going to trial is the costs associated with that approach because the testimony of medical doctors is necessary to prove the extent of physical injuries,
  • Doctors charge a fee to appear, and the amount of that fee is one element to consider.
  • Certain things can be done to eliminate the need to bring doctors in to testify in trials that permit the injured party to submit records.
  • Ultimately, based on the attorney’s recommendations, proceeding to trial – or deciding not to do so – can bring about innumerable benefits, and it is the client’s decision as to whether a trial is appropriate and whether or not the risk vs. reward is worthwhile.

Do you want to bring your injury case to trial?  Contact dedicated Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer Robert Maranto to fight for you.
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This short informational legal video was provided by Robert Maranto, an experienced Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer.