Mr. Henningsen talks about how a personal injury lawyer from the firm will be able to see whether or not taking the settlement would be the best option for you or if you should go to court.
"Some of the choices you have towards the end of a case are, do we settle or do we go to court? And I tell all my clients your options are this, I will say either one of three things: You should accept a settlement because we believe it's in your best interest based upon our research and the evaluation, the other options is please do not accept this settlement let me tell you why. We think that you would fare better in front of 12 jurors. The other option is, this is a very close call it's really up to you and I hate to say that, but that is when it's a very personal decision for the client so that I need to say, it's a very close call we don't know whether or not you should settle we don't know whether or not you should try the case. I'm here to guide you, here's the pros and cons of trying the case. Here's the pros and cons of settling the case. You have to know, in order to achieve maximum value on these cases you have to prepare it as if you are going to go to trial. And you have to look at it from the perspective of what 12 jurors would do, not just an insurance company would do because you have to be able to argue what 12 jurors would do to the insurance company so that they can see it from your perspective."