Here’s how a case settlement works: your insurance company is always considering the potential cost of your lawsuit. The better odds an insurance company thinks you have, the higher your settlement. A firm with no reputation and no history of success will have a difficult time securing a settlement because few insurance companies will bet against themselves for the sake of a newcomer. If anything, a company might offer a paltry settlement just to save themselves the time.
That’s not how we get settlements. We know part of what makes any firm effective is their reputation for trying cases. Attorneys and insurance companies are trying to figure out who has better odds of winning. They want your settlement to be large enough that it’s difficult to turn down, but small enough that it saves them from trial.
What makes our team a national leader in personal injury law is our history for winning cases. Every case we win means insurance companies will settle with us sooner and at a higher amount.
Our name is the name corporations and insurance companies have learned to fear. They know that we’re seasoned and tested trial attorneys. We’ve secured billions, and our opponents know we win cases. As a result, many of them pay for the privilege of avoiding us in court. In essence, we’re a firm that makes defendants bet against themselves more often—creating better outcomes for our clients.