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Will My Personal Injury Case Settle or Go to Court?

Nearly every personal injury victim asks the same question: will you settle my case or go to court?

While some cases are settled before they hit trial, it is important that some cases make it all the way to the trial process. Insurance companies know which firms settle and which ones will take you to court. This plays a large part in the amount they may offer you.

In this video, Newport News personal injury attorney Chris Jacobs discusses how Kalfus & Nachman prepares your case. We like to prepare every case as though we are going to trial because, oftentimes, this is the best way to get the maximum payment for your pain, suffering, and injuries.

We'll Do What it Takes to Get You Maximum Compensation

At Kalfus & Nachman, every case we accept is prepared as if it were going to trial. This allows us to be ready for anything. We want to talk to witnesses so we know what they are wanting to say in court and how it will help us. We want to prepare all your documents and review your medical records for any issues. We want to make sure the insurance company or the party involved who caused the accident has the understanding that we are fully prepared and can defend your case. Doing so gives us a much greater position to push a settlement or go to trial and be ready to win.

Of course, the best way to begin your case is to request a free consultation with a qualified attorney. Please contact the Norfolk injury attorneys at Kalfus & Nachman today at (855) 880-8163. We'd be happy to review your case and discuss how we can help you seek maximum compensation for your injuries.

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