You recently suffered injuries in an accident. You feel insurance is not treating you fairly, and you are thinking about taking legal action. You really don’t want to go to trial, though, if you can avoid it. Is that possible? Or do all personal injury cases in Texas end up going to court?
Trial is the last resort
The good news for you is that trial is considered a last resort option. Yes, some people do end up needing to take their cases to civil court to achieve maximum compensation for their losses, but that is not true for every case. It may not be necessary for yours.
How can legal counsel help?
Legal counsel can help you determine the best course of action. In most cases, it is possible to negotiate with insurers to achieve fair settlement terms. It may take time, but the truth is, going to trial costs more in the end, and insurance providers want to avoid that if they can. So, they are more than likely to offer you fair compensation in the end.
What if negotiations fail?
If negotiations fail, pursuing litigation in a Texas civil court may be worth your while. Legal counsel can offer guidance on this. At the end of the day, you shouldn’t have to shoulder the burden of your losses alone. An experienced personal injury attorney can be at your side, helping you seek maximum relief for your losses, whether through negotiation or litigation. To learn more about how having an attorney in your corner can be to your benefit, please take a moment and visit our firm’s website.