Ten Ways to Settle Your Case Quickly and Reasonably

October 30, 2010
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We’ve all seen the courtroom dramas, filled with tense pauses and clever legal maneuvering, key witnesses who need to be strongarmed into testifying and tense jury decisions. While some of these situations do present themselves to trial lawyers, many disputes are settled without courtroom litigation, and being able to negotiate a fair settlement is an invaluable skill for an attorney. However, without the proper preparation, settlement negotiations can drag on for months or years, draining your client’s resources and leaving them with a bad taste in their mouth, regardless of the case’s outcome. Learning how to compromise, and how to effectively use the legal resources available to you and your client can provide you with an advantage over the defense counsel while negotiating a settlement. That way, you can better set favorable settlement terms, and pressure the opposing counsel into a speedy settlement that is favorable to all parties.

If you are interested in learning more about my insights into the settlement process — and ways you can effectively represent your clients’ interests, without wasting their time and money — read my article!

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