Yes, either your attorney or the paralegal assigned to your case will always keep you updated about your case status — and you are free to call or email us when you have questions. Do keep in mind that trial dates are sometimes moved due to conflicts that cannot always be avoided. As soon as we learn about a new date, we will tell you about it.
Once the actual trial begins, it could last just part of a day – or a week (sometimes longer). Since the lawyers for both sides are fully aware of the main arguments that will be presented, this helps us limit the time required. Of course, if you had to undergo multiple surgeries and complex forms of different types of rehabilitation, many more potential witnesses may be involved.
Also, depending on the nature of your case, we may hire expert witnesses to help us bolster your claim. These may not only be medical experts – they might also be highly experienced engineers who can help the jurors by providing accident reconstruction models. Other experts specialize in analyzing all your injuries and coming up with economic projections about the cost of all future medical care you may need over your lifetime.
Our lengthy experience handling many different types of serious personal injury cases helps us determine the precise amount of outside help that may – or may not – be required. We take our responsibility to win the maximum compensation
available for you very seriously.