Will I Have To Go To Court For A Personal Injury Case?

Many people that have been negligently injured in an accident are confused. They understandably have many questions. One question they oftentimes have is will I have to go to court for a personal injury case? Almost no one wants to go to court, as it strikes fear into many people. But not every case has to go to court.

If for example you were involved in a car accident, you (or your car accident attorney) will be dealing with an insurance company. Most cases settle at this claim stage. However, if the case does not settle, then a lawsuit must be filed.

The filing of the lawsuit begins the litigation process. If your case must be filed in court, you really should hire a Boston personal injury lawyer to help you.

Shortly after the case is filed, the discovery process will start. This involves the exchange between the parties of interrogatories, and requests for production of documents. You may be required to attend a deposition.

But the case can still settle even after the lawsuit is filed. Cases only go to trial when the case does not end up settling. This does not occur very often. Therefore, if you had an accident and sustained injuries, it is very unlikely you will have to go to court.

Personal Injury Lawyer In Boston

If you were involved in an accident, don’t go it alone. Hire the Law Office of Christopher Earley today if you need a personal injury lawyer in Boston. We would love to assist you and we only get paid if the case settle. We offer free consultations so call today to get started.