How long will it be before my case settles or goes to trial?

No one case is the same; therefore each case has its own lifespan. Cases vary greatly based on a number of factors including: the nature and extent of your injuries, required medical treatment, time missed from work, the complexity of the case, the number of experts required, the number of parties involved, the court the case is filed in, the number of judges available to hear cases, motion practice and a host of other factors. However, it is safe to say, that the lifespan of most personal injury cases, is anywhere from 6 months to four years before completion. Often Riviere Advocacy Group LLC., may attempt to settle your case before filing suit where feasible. Any attempt to settle will usually be attempted after an average of 4-6 months of regularly-scheduled medical treatment, which will end when the Doctor releases you at, Maximum Medical Improvement otherwise commonly referred to as MMI.

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