3 Things You Need to Know About Our Approach For Trial

1. We are Always “Preparing for Trial”

Personal injury cases can take a long time to resolve. In some cases, a negotiated resolution simply isn’t possible. In those cases, the attorneys at Rosner Law Offices are prepared to litigate. While some law firms don’t prep their cases for trial unless or until it is obvious a settlement is not possible, at Rosner Law Offices, P.C., we believe in preparing our cases for trial from the get go. When a lawyer takes a case with an eye towards trial, they are constantly evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of their case. This allows the lawyer to accurately evaluate the reasonableness of any proposed settlement offers.

2. Knowledge is Power

We know that knowledge is power. Consequently, we work hard to make certain we have a complete grasp of the facts early, and re-asses the strength of our case often. By knowing the facts and circumstances of our cases, we are able to engage in meaningful negotiations with the attorneys from the other side. Most cases settle eventually. By knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the case – for both sides, our attorneys are able to negotiate optimal settlements for our clients.

3. The Devil is in the Details

Trials don’t just happen. Instead, an experienced personal injury attorney understands the importance of motion practice. Filing the right motions in limine frames the issues. These motions, filed with the court and heard by the judge outside the presence of the jury, seek to limit testimony that is unnecessary, clarify the boundaries of admissible testimony, and otherwise address issues relevant in a particular case. Paying attention to these details is essential to appropriate trial preparation.

Being Prepared Matters

Our firm has a reputation for being prepared to take any case to trial. Consequently, attorneys for insurance companies know we mean business. When we say we are willing to go to trial, there is no doubt that we will, in fact, do so if there is no acceptable offer on the table. We have a solid track record of obtaining results for our clients, both through trial and through negotiated settlement.

Have You Been Injured?

If you have been injured in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Specifically, you may be entitled to compensation for past and future medical expenses, lost wages, including lost overtime opportunities, as well as compensation for pain and suffering. At Rosner Law Offices, P.C., we fight for our clients every step of the way. While most cases settle, some case simply must be tried. You need an attorney who has the litigation experience necessary to take on the insurance companies in cases where a settlement is not possible. Contact us today at (856) 502-1655 to discuss your situation. We do not charge a fee to meet with potential clients. We only charge a fee in cases where we prevail with a financial award or settlement.

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