Winning a personal injury claim is difficult—especially when you use a higher court than small claims court (where the stakes are raised). Winning a personal injury claim in the higher courts however requires planning, evidentiary support of your claim—and of course, an experienced personal injury lawyer with a track record or success, like our lawyers here at Jane Conte.
There are a number of ways that you can increase your overall likelihood of winning your personal injury claim, to increase your odds of winning your claim…
3 Ways to Win your Personal Injury Claim
When you hire a successful personal injury claim firm like ours, we offer a number of ways to win your personal injury claim—including:
Settling your claim sounds like an easy strategy…but it isn’t. Settling a claim—successfully—requires filing a claim with enough evidentiary support to warrant the other party considering settling. You also must be ready to stare down the opposing council—while being entirely prepared to go to court, because you may indeed need to go to court. Knowing when in the process to offer a settlement is an art form (that pays).
No personal injury claim can be won if you don’t have proper evidentiary support. So, the biggest piece of advice we can give you is to be thoroughly prepared for court. This means thorough—and well-sorted and well-filed—documentation of your medical and out-of-pocket expenses, in addition to all the follow-up paperwork, including: police and other emergency-response personnel reports, insurance claim adjustor reports, medical paperwork and other documentation.
3. Go To Trial
If the opposing party refuses to for a settlement amount that is in both your favours, then you need to be prepared to go to trial. When you go to trial you need to ensure that you have the proper documentation, witnesses—and an experience personal injury attorney (although most experienced attorneys, 9 out of 10 times, can keep you from going to court).
For more tips on how to win your personal injury claim—speak to the experts here at Conte & Associates, for a no-obligation case assessment of the best way to win your personal injury claim.