What is a trial lawyer?
August 28th, 2020
By Omid Rejali, Esq.
A trial attorney is an attorney that takes your case to trial if it is required to. Many lawyers do not practice in the area of trial law. Specifically, in the personal injury arena in San Diego there are a handful of attorneys that practice in this area. The greater majority do not and it is important for you to know the difference between them.
Trial attorneys are similar to surgeon's. They become needed when the parties have exhausted all other options, such as mediation to resolve their dispute. At that point, they become an integral part of your case, because they will guide you, your family, other witnesses and the team of experts in court to get you justice.
Trial attorneys believe in true justice and not compromises. If the insurance company is not giving you a fair settlement, it behooves you to at least consult with a trial attorney to get a re-evaluation of what your case may be worth. You could be missing on a substantial amount of money.
Don't just settle your case because the insurance company is offering you a certain amount of money, and your attorney thinks that amount is fair. Unless your attorney has tried cases it is difficult for him/her to assess the true value of your case.
I hope this blog helps you. If you have any other questions, feel free to call my office at 619-887-4148 or text me at 619-485-6313 or send a direct email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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