Will I Have to Go to Court If I File a Car Accident Suit?

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If you were injured in a car accident, you are likely facing extensive medical bills, lost wages, along with physical and mental anguish. If your injuries were caused due to another person’s negligence, you are entitled to seek compensation to recover past and future expenses related to the accident. However, one of the questions that most people have before filing a car accident claim is whether they will need to go to court.

Going to Court After Filing a Car Accident Claim

It is important to note that every car accident lawsuit is different. The first steps of a car accident claim will be to gather evidence for your case and calculate past and future expenses. An experienced attorney can help you complete those steps.

Once your attorney has that information, they can meet with the party responsible to achieve a settlement. This is when the responsible party’s insurance agrees to pay or “settle” for what your attorney believes your case is worth. If the insurance and your attorney can’t reach an agreement, the case will go to court. The court will then decide what the compensation amount should be based on the evidence presented.

How Do I Know If I Have a Car Accident Case?

If you aren’t sure if you have a personal injury case or don’t know how to proceed, get in touch with our Phoenix car accident lawyers today. Our team has decades of experience and a successful track record that includes recovering millions of dollars in compensation for our clients. We have the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to help you support and secure the compensation you deserve. We also know that accidents don’t always occur during office hours; that is why we are available 24/7 to review your case free of charge.

Contact our Phoenix car accident lawyers today at (602) 842-6762 to schedule a case review!

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