|If you are seeking compensation after an injury caused by hospital negligence, you may want to know: "Will my medical malpractice case go to trial?"|
|Will my medical malpractice case go to trial?|
I recently spoke with a man from North Augusta who was the victim of medical malpractice, and one of the first questions that he asked was, “Are we going to have to go to a trial?” The answer to that is that it really depends on some different factors.
The first factor, really, is going to be the reasonableness of the insurance company. If the insurance company is a credible insurance company that is convinced that they have a claim that they need to go ahead and settle, then there is a good chance that you’re not going to have to go through the process of an actual trial. Many insurance companies, however, will attempt to wait out the person who’s bringing the claim. They’ll drag it out as long as possible, and they’ll force that person to go through extensive litigation.
That’s why it’s important, early on, in any type of medical malpractice case, for a person who’s been the victim of malpractice, to go ahead and get a competent trial lawyer who’s had experience in handling medical malpractice cases, who can show you the results of those medical malpractice cases, and who will vigorously prosecute your case and push your case along, even in the face of an insurance company that is attempting to stall at every step.
If anyone out there has been the victim of a medical malpractice event, please give us a call. We’d be more than happy to answer any questions you might have.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured due to hospital negligence and want to know, "Will my medical malpractice case go to trial?" Contact the experienced North Augusta medical malpractice lawyers at Nimmons Malchow Johnson today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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