chandler injury lawyer | Phoenix Personal Injury Law Blog
Almost every Arizona personal injury case ends one of three ways. The first way is that the case can be dismissed. At times, the person who was hurt decides not to push it any further for their own reasons. Or a judge orders that the case does not have sufficient merit. When this happens, the case simply ends; there are rarely any other options to pursue.
The second and by far most common way a case concludes is by settlement. This means both the defendant and the plaintiff come to an agreement before the case goes to trial. In other words, the person alleged to be at fault and his or her insurance provider agree to an amount of money that is fair compensation under the circumstances and the plaintiff, with the help of a lawyer in most cases, accepts. Settlements are not always favorable to both sides. And even if both sides benefit, they do not always benefit equally.
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