Will We Settle or Go To Trial?
Whether you have a Pennsylvania Personal injury case (including card accidents, motorcycle accidents or
tractor trailer accidents), Slip and Fall case, Medical Malpractice case or Workers Compensation case,
the vast ,majority of cases settle. In fact, cases rarely go to trial. That is just the nature of our current
civil legal system.
Insurance companies cannot predict what a 12 person Pennsylvania jury will decide. Therefore, a
personal injury settlement is a good way for an insurance company to avoid financial risk and loss.
Although most cases settle, the personal injury attorneys at the Biscontini Law Firm prepare each case
as if its going to trial. Not only does this avoid any unnecessary surprises should trial come, but it also
sends a message to the insurance company, that our Pennsylvania personal injury law firm will not be
Recently, Binding Hi/Low Arbitration has been the more popular choice should parties be unable to
settle, instead of a jury trial. With Arbitration, the insurance attorney and your personal injury attorney
will mutually agree on an independent person to serve as an Arbiter. The Arbiter plays the role of jury
and will decide how much compensation you are entitled to.
Unlike many Pennsylvania law firms, at Biscontini Law Firm, there are no hidden fees or sliding fee
schedules. Whether our injury attorneys settle your case in 1 week, 2 years or obtain a large jury verdict
at trial, the agreed upon fee never changes. Let a Pennsylvania Personal Injury attorney from the
Biscontini Law Firm settle your injury case for optimum value.
If you or someone you know has been seriously injured, call the Biscontini Law Firm for a free
consultation at (570) 283-7777.
The information obtained in this website or the page Will We Settle or Go To Trial? is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual and unique situation. Our office invites you to contact us to set up a free consultation with an attorney to review your potential matter. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to our office until such time as a formal attorney-client relationship has been established.