Personal Injury Trials in New York
Our Brooklyn Personal Injury Attorneys Can Represent You in Court
Many personal injury cases settle before the clients ever have to go to
trial. However, unfortunately, some cases cannot settle before trial,
and the plaintiffs and their attorneys are forced to litigate the facts
of the personal injury claim. When you have a case that is set for trial,
you need an experienced Brooklyn personal injury attorney who is comfortable
advocating for clients in the fast-paced, high-pressure trial environment.
You also need an attorney who can dedicate the time to prepare your case
for trial, prepare you to act as a witness, and who will take the time
to make a plan that will convince the jury to give you a settlement to
compensate for your injuries. The attorneys at Belushin Law Firm are experience
personal injury trial attorneys, and they can help you with your claim
if it reaches the point where you have to start preparing for a trial.
There are many reasons why a case may go to trial, including:
- The claim has the potential for very large settlement amount
- There are disputed facts between the two parties
- Insurance company wants to expose or make an example out of the plaintiff
While experienced attorneys will try to settle your case before it reaches
trial, sometimes the insurance company is stubborn and will not extend
a fair settlement offer, causing you to have to file suit. If this happens
to you, you will want the team of trial attorneys at Belushin Law Firm
on your side. Whether your case settles before trial or goes all the way
to a verdict, Belushin Law Firm sees your case through and isn’t
paid until you receive a verdict or settlement.
Preparation is Key in Litigation Cases
When preparing for a trial, there are several things that a personal injury
lawyer has to do. The first thing is to gather all evidence for a trial.
Many personal injury plaintiffs imagine that evidence is something for
criminal cases, and not a civil trial. But in a personal injury case in
New York, your evidence has to show that you were in an accident, that
the accident was not your fault, and that you suffered injuries from the
accident. The evidence could include things like photographs, police reports,
medical records, or other documents.
In addition, your testimony or the testimony of any witnesses will usually
be sought in court so that both sides have an opportunity to ask the parties
about the nature of the accident. If you have an experienced attorney
like the ones at Belushin Law Firm, your attorney will guide you through
this process and make sure you are prepared to give your testimony at
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