Taking a persuasive stance in a personal injury case

On Behalf of | Mar 14, 2019 | Firm News, personal injury

When many of our readers in Tennessee think of personal injury law, they likely think of lawsuits that are initiated after a car accident. But, while these types of lawsuits are indeed quite common, personal injury lawsuits can be based on a wide variety of incidents, including workplace accidents, accidents that occurred due to defective products and even accidents that occur based on dangerous property conditions. In fact, most so-called “accidents” are likely caused due to another party’s negligent or reckless conduct.

In a personal injury lawsuit, a persuasive stance by the injured victim can help push the case toward a resolution. In most cases, that resolution is likely to be a settlement agreement. However, there will be some cases in which the facts are so hotly contested that the case will proceed all the way to a jury trial. In such cases, a persuasive stance is essential to putting the best case before the decision-makers.

Why is it important to develop a persuasive argument that leads to good results? Well, our readers should consider the life-altering impact of some injuries that occur due to various accidents. For example, a victim in a car accident may have a brain injury or spine injury that will take months or even years of medical treatment and rehabilitation. If the victim’s financial security is to be preserved, a persuasive push for a satisfactory resolution to the case is essential.

At our law firm, we know that injured victims feel like they are facing an uphill battle. We do our best to help answer questions and push personal injury lawsuit toward a positive result. For more information, please visit the personal injury overview section of our law firm’s website.

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