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Why Most Accident Cases Settle Out of Court

Why Most Illinois Accident Cases Settle Out of Court Instead of Going to Trial

Studies show that some accident cases settle before trial. So why do most accident cases settle out of court? Willens & Baez has discussed some of these reasons.

Insurance Companies Willing to Settle

This is when an accident attorney negotiates a fair settlement, and the insurance company agrees to pay. In this instance, they agree to cover the full scope and extent of your injuries and losses.  Learn more about 3 Benefits of Hiring an Accident Attorney.

Quick Payments

As the injured victim, you want to obtain payment from the defendant in the shortest time possible. Negotiating a favorable settlement gets you a check quickly so you can move on with your life.

Saving Money on Litigation Costs

Litigation is a quite expensive way to settle an accident case. It is also time-consuming. Both sides incur such expenses, and if you wish to avoid them, the fair settlement provides the opportunity.

The Nature of Your Case

If your case doesn’t involve many complexities, an accident attorney will use their expertise to settle it out of court. At Willens & Baez, we strive to settle accident cases out of court to save time and money. However, if a case warrants a trial, we are equipped and ready to take it as far as it can go to achieve a fair settlement. 

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Millions in Case Verdicts & Settlements

Over the past two decades, Mr. Willens and his team of Chicago personal injury lawyers have been instrumental in obtaining numerous million-dollar-plus recoveries on behalf of clients in a wide variety of injury cases. One of the personal injury verdicts he was involved in was recognized by The National Law Journal as one of the Top 100 Verdicts in the country in the year in which it was tried. One of the verdicts he helped secure set a state record.



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