When we step into a case, even a smaller one, if we agree to take it, we agree to take it all the way to trial until the insurance company involved treats our clients fairly and makes a fair settlement offer.
If they don't, then we'll let a jury tell them what a fair amount is for compensation.
Depending on the nature and severity of your case, a lawsuit may be necessary to ensure that you receive full and fair compensation.
Insurance companies are often willing to settle cases before a lawsuit is filed, but many times do not make their highest and best offer until the case has been fully prepared for trial. And sometimes, the only way to secure the full measure of justice is to submit the case to a civil jury.
For quality legal representation, please contact our personal injury attorneys at the Elk Grove-based O'Brien & Zehnder Law Firm by phone or send us an email, and someone from our office will be in touch with you shortly.
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