Each personal injury case is unique and proving that someone else’s negligence contributed to your personal injury is not always enough; you must also credibly demonstrate the extent of your injuries that were directly caused by someone else’s carelessness.
Based upon the complexity of your case, you may opt to settle formally, informally or through mediation.
Collecting or appealing after a judgment brings a different set of challenges.
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