Personal Injury Claim (Car Accident) - Plaintiff's Response to Defendants' Motion For Partial Summary Judgment


Cases sometimes present new or unique questions of law. A client has to trust that her attorney will not be afraid to argue new points of law before a court. Sadly, there are too many personal injury attorneys who claim they will “fight for justice,” but who do not want to take the time to take a case through lawsuit and get to that stage; those attorneys simply want “quick turnover” cases that will settle and produce cash so they can move on to the next case.

In this case, our firm argued that a new measure of property damages should be available to our client, given the extreme delay in having her claim resolved by the defense insurance company. We ultimately defeated the defense’s motion for summary judgment and were allowed to present this argument to the jury.

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