How the Settlement/Trial Process Works
Once you are done receiving treatment for your injuries, we will contact
you to discuss the possibility of settlement or determine whether to file
a lawsuit. This is a conference that has to take place in each and every
case as there are no two cases alike. While many cases may have similar
issues, when you apply the facts to the legal issues, each case is different.
If we decide to attempt to negotiate a settlement on your behalf, we will
prepare a demand package and send it to the negligent driver’s insurance
company. This package will contain our theory of liability and the results
of our investigation as well as all of the medical bills and reports, etc.
If a decision to file a lawsuit is made, a client conference is mandatory
to explain, in detail, exactly what will be expected from the client.
During this meeting, a proposed timeline will be given to the client.
If a lawsuit is filed, the client will need to be prepared for their deposition.
Even if they have given a deposition in the past, we will still need to
prepare the witness on the issues that are critical to this specific case.
Often, after a trial, there might be an appeal. If an appeal is made, we
will analyze the legal issues and determine whether or not either we or
the other side has an appealable issue. We will also sit down with you
to discuss the pros and cons of an appeal and the probability of victory
on appeal. If an appeal is warranted, we have the experience and skill
to handle the appeal.
Reach Out to Us Today to Find Out How We Can Help You
If you were injured or if your loved one was killed in an accident or incident
for which they were not at fault, we at The Dellutri Law Group, PA, first
and foremost, offer our deepest sympathies. While no one can truly understand
exactly what you have been through, we do know the challenges you are
up against. Our Florida personal injury lawyers are here to offer the
guidance and advocacy you need.
In addition to our personal injury practice, we have a large, highly experienced
bankruptcy law team. If you are preparing to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy,
or if you are dealing with creditor harassment or the threat of foreclosure,
we encourage you to reach out to us right away for a complimentary strategy session.