How Does an Attorney Prepare for Trial?
An attorney with the Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers prepares for trial by evaluating your injuries and damages, gathering evidence, and identifying all liable parties.
Many personal injury lawsuits begin as insurance claims that are not successfully negotiated into a settlement. We want to be ready to go to court to pursue compensation and justice for you and your loved ones.
How Our Preparation Benefits You
Our attorneys prepare for trial with every case. This preparation gives us a competitive edge over other lawyers who rarely step foot in a courtroom.
It also benefits you in several ways:
- Insurance companies may take our negotiations more seriously because they know that we are ready to take them to court
- We are ready for trial within the statute of limitations (two years from the date of injury)
- You have time to prepare yourself physically and emotionally for court
Preparing for trial can take months or even years for some lawyers. We reduce the time by treating every case as if it were going to trial from the beginning. We provide the same support for every case as if it were big enough to go to trial.
Our Trial Lawyers Get Results
Our lawyers have recovered millions of dollars in damages for clients who were injured or disabled through no fault of their own. You can read about our recent case results here.
We Investigate Your Accident or Injury
The first act after you become a client is to gather all necessary information for your case by:
- Listening to your story
- Interviewing witnesses
- Contacting experts
- Reviewing your medical records
- Collecting information from the other parties who were involved
We use a process called “discovery” to question defendants and request documents and other information. The court will require the opposing counsel to turn over anything they have in their possession related to your case. We will use the discovery process to support your claim and help you recover money damages.
We File Necessary Paperwork
A personal injury lawyer with Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers takes care of filing all paperwork necessary for your claim and your lawsuit.
- We file a formal complaint to begin your case
- We also submit motions, respond to the defendant’s motions, and answer any of the court’s questions
- We make sure everything is formatted correctly and submitted within specific deadlines
We also file a claim against the liable party’s insurance coverage. This is a detailed demand for compensation for your injuries and damages caused by the other party.
We Negotiate a Fair Settlement
As your case gets closer to trial, your attorney communicates regularly with opposing counsel. This is usually a lawyer representing the insurance company, but it may also be an attorney for the defendant. A trial lawyer in Texas negotiates for a fair settlement.
We know that trials are expensive and that many insurance companies prefer to settle quietly and away from the public’s attention. We also know that many attorneys do not spend much time in the courtroom. That is often why opposing counsel may not want to go to court with the Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers, which gives us an edge during negotiation.
We Argue for a Favorable Judgement
An attorney with the Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers is comfortable in the courtroom. We prepare for trial from day one to improve your chances for maximum compensation.
Lawsuits are expensive. Insurance companies want to settle them as cheaply as possible and get rid of them quickly. This often leads to low-ball settlement offers. Some attorneys encourage you to accept those offers because they don’t want to deal with the stress of a trial either.
In fact, other personal injury lawyers call our firm if their case requires them to go to court.
Our Attorneys Are Prepared to Help
If you were injured due to someone else’s actions, you deserve a strong legal advocate by your side. A personal injury attorney can prepare to help you with your case, but the first step is up to you. Call the Begum Group Injury Lawyers today for a free consultation.