FAQ: Personal Injury Cases Going To Trial

The Majority Of Cases Settle Outside Of Court

Many people ask, "What is the likelihood that my case will go to trial?" At Bart Durham Injury Law, less than one percent of all our personal injury cases go to trial. This is a significant benefit to clients who want their claims resolved and the money in their pockets as quickly as possible.

By settling cases outside the courtroom, it also creates a far less stressful environment. Clients don't have to go through depositions or deal with the drama of presenting their case before a judge and jury.

We Prepare Every Case For The Possibility Of Trial

At the same time, we have an excellent reputation in the Tennessee legal community, and insurance companies know that we mean business. We are not afraid to go to trial if we believe we can get our client more money that way. In fact, we prepare every case as if it will go to trial. Because of our extensive preparation and our reputation for aggressively representing our clients' interests, both insurance companies and defense lawyers are more willing to settle cases in our clients' favor.

Whether throughout litigating your case in court or through negotiating a settlement, our legal team and we will do everything possible to get you the full financial compensation that you and your family so richly deserve for your damages — including lost wages, medical bills and pain and suffering now and into the future.

Call Bart Durham Injury Law In Nashville For A Free Consultation

Schedule a free initial consultation by calling Bart Durham Injury Law at 866-468-6603, or contact the firm online. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis and gladly offer home and hospital visits as necessary. Se habla Español.