Is it likely my matter will go to court?

It’s high unlikely your claim would end up in court.

The vast majority of claims settle: only about 2% of matters actually reach a trial.  And those cases are often highly contentious or have some obvious technical issue involved.  These types of cases can usually be identified at any early stage in the life of a claim:  at a time when you still have the opportunity to extract yourself from it.

The overwhelming majority of claims are more straightforward and tend to settle through informal negotiation processes.

March 10th, 2016|Comments Off on Is it likely my matter will go to court?

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