Most car accident claims are settled out of court through negotiations and don’t require the plaintiff to appear in any formal setting. It’s only when an insurance company refuses to provide an acceptable settlement that a case must go to court. Even then, the plaintiff may not need to testify.
The car accident attorneys of the Law Offices of Cohen & Jaffe work to negotiate fair settlements for our clients so that they can obtain the compensation they need as quickly and with as little burden on them as possible. When an insurance company refuses to offer a reasonable settlement, we take all measures to prepare our clients to win in court, standing up for them each step of the way.
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