Not necessarily. We understand that going to court is a stressful experience. In an ideal world, every client of ours would reach a satisfactory settlement without ever needing to set foot in a courtroom. In fact, most of the clients we sign at Premier Law Group will receive a settlement offer they are happy with and close their case.

However, in a small percentage of cases we try, the case has to be taken to court. Remember, the insurance company is not your friend. Their chief concern is their bottom line. They will do whatever they feel they must do to make sure they are paying out as little as possible to their customers. Sometimes, an agreeable settlement can’t be reached, and it will be necessary to go to trial. While trial is an arduous process, an experienced attorney will provide training and support to their client to prepare them. And whether your case goes to trial at all is in your hands. Not every client finds it worthwhile to take their case to trial, opting instead for the best settlement offered. Again, an attorne

Don’t sign anything or talk to the adjuster without speaking to an attorney

Here’s the reality: After you’ve been in an accident, the insurance company will try to get you to sign away your rights, and unfortunately, they’ll be as close to outright deceptive as they can be. Their bottom line isn’t to help victims of injuries. Their bottom line is to increase profits for their company. If the adjuster asks you to sign something, stop, and seek the advice of an experienced personal injury lawyer. You could be signing away your rights to thousands of dollars, which you will likely need to cover your medical bills, time away from work, and any other losses you experience while you recover from the accident.

What you can focus on after your accident is getting better. Get medical care, go to all your appointments, and do what your doctor tells you to do. Your attorney will handle the rest. What every jury wants to see is an accident victim doing everything they can to get better. Questions? We’d be happy to give you some answers. Give us a call at 206-285-1743.

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