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Do you have questions about medical malpractice cases going to trial in Florida? Watch this video, then call Paul Boone Law today.
Will my medical malpractice case go to trial?
One question that we always get asked sooner or later without fail from all clients is whether or not we are going to go to court with a case. In our experience, the majority of our cases do settle before going to trial. The reason for that is this: you have a seasoned lawyer representing you. Hopefully, you have a seasoned insurance representative, as well. If everyone is doing their job appropriately and properly, we’re going to be in a range of value, and because that is so, in most cases, the majority of cases will settle.
That’s not to say they all will. We will make our evaluation of the case. If it’s not in the same range as the other side, then we have a conversation with the client and recommend that we could do better at trial, then we go to trial. The reality is most cases do settle before we go to trial because they are prepared. They are worked up and they are prepared to go to trial. The other side knows that. The chances of a case settling before we get to trial increases. If you have a medical malpractice case in Duval County, or Nassau County, or any of the surrounding areas, give us a call. We’ll sit down. We’ll talk about it, see what you have, and see how best we can help you.
Did you lose a loved one from the negligence of another in Florida and have questions about medical malpractice cases going to trial? Contact an experienced Nassau County medical malpractice lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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