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Are there alternatives to going to court in a catastrophic injury case?

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There’s several alternatives to going to court in a catastrophic injury case. An experienced attorney in this area will sit down with you and outline what your options are. Generally, you have the following options. Number 1, settle through the claims process with the insurance company. An attorney can make sure that all the insurance has been uncovered and advise you as to whether or not the offer is fair. The second course of action is to file a lawsuit. Now filing a lawsuit does not mean that you go to court. It simply means that the attorney starts the litigation process. During the litigation process, you may be able to resolve your case through mediation or arbitration, so there are several alternatives to going to court in a catastrophic injury case.

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