Last week I settled a big personal injury case at a mediation in Manchester, New Hampshire.
We were on the verge of trial, and, having been fully armed and prepared to go the distance, reached a large settlement with the other side.
The money was too big to risk.
Every case needs to be prepared as if it will eventually end up in the laps of 12 jurors. It very well might. But, it is that same preparation that helps the case to settle.
A case worked-up to the max, coupled with an injury lawyer who is passionate about the cause, send a very powerful message to the adversary: Don’t mess with Texas!
Of course, the clients are the most important part of the mix.
Insurance companies absolutely fear down-to-earth, regular, and hard-working folks. They much prefer to see arrogant people with attitudes.
The insurance adjuster knows full well that normal people do very well in front of juries, where know-it-all, and arrogant people do not.
The same goes for the lawyers.
That’s why some lawyers couldn’t win a case to save their lives.
After 27 years, I’ve learned a thing or two, and would be honored to represent you and your family.
Keep your strength.