Will My Car Accident Case Go to Trial?

October 12, 2023
By Rhine Law Firm, P.C.

If you have suffered injuries in a car accident through no fault of your own, you may have the right to seek compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. These lawsuits often conclude with a monetary settlement. However, in rare cases, they may go to trial. Speak with an attorney about your case at Rhine Law Firm, P.C.  We can advise you on the chances of your case going to trial and prepare you if litigation is warranted and becomes necessary.

Schedule a free consultation today. We’re happy to answer your questions and assess your case to see if you have a viable personal injury claim.

Most Car Accident Cases Never Go to Trial

As noted above, most car accident cases never go to trial. In fact, our firm is often able to resolve these claims without ever filing a lawsuit against the other driver. Only a small percentage of accident cases will end in a trial before a jury. Of course, a settlement is only possible when both sides negotiate an agreement. Those negotiations can take months to resolve, even in cases where there is little doubt about who was at fault.

When you and your attorney are prepared for litigation, you increase your odds of getting a fair settlement offer. This is an essential step towards getting the compensation you deserve.

Some Trials Are Unavoidable

Unfortunately, some circumstances could lead to a trial. The other side may refuse to accept liability, or the other driver’s insurance carrier may refuse to negotiate a reasonable settlement.

Schedule a Free Consultation at Rhine Law Firm

If you’ve been hurt in a car accident, you need legal counsel who understands how to maximize compensation so that you can focus on healing. At Rhine Law Firm, we know how to hold negligent drivers accountable for their actions and have settled many car accident cases without a trial. Call us to schedule a free case evaluation; there is no obligation to hire us. In addition, we work on a contingency basis, so there are no upfront legal fees.

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