Why Litigation is Key to Getting the Highest Possible Personal Injury Settlement

A savvy attorney can use the threat of litigation and actual litigation to maximize a potential settlement for a client

16 Oct, 2013, 06:18 ET from RA & Associates

GLENDALE, Calif., Oct. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A nationwide survey conducted by All State Insurance ranked Glendale, California as the city with the 5th worst drivers in the U.S. According to the study, the chance of having an accident in Glendale, California is nearly 76% greater than the national average.

As a respected personal injury attorney in the Glendale area, RA & Associates' Romel Ambarchyan regularly works with those who have suffered personal injury, whether at work, through an auto accident, or some other cause. These clients have often incurred exorbitant medical costs, combined with lost wages and an inability to do the things they enjoy doing. The stress these clients endure in dealing with insurance companies and mounting medical bills only adds to their personal loss.

Although a vast majority of personal injury claims are settled before a case goes to trial, litigation is the key to maximizing a settlement for a client. Once a case is moving forward toward trial, defendants become weary of litigation costs and potential trial judgments. As such, a savvy attorney can use the threat of litigation and actual litigation to maximize a potential settlement for a client.

"Litigation doesn't necessarily mean trial. Most personal injury litigation cases are settled prior to trial," says Ambarchyan. "However, litigation does place a plaintiff in the driver's seat, and with it, control over the case and potential settlement offers."

A graduate of Southwestern University School of Law, Romel Ambarchyan is a leading personal injury attorney in Los Angeles area. He personally works with each client to explain the legal process and ensure that defendant achieves the desired results.

For more information on getting the highest possible personal injury settlement, call Romel Ambarchyan at RA & Associates, APC at (818) 230-3220 or visit www.RAandAssociates.com.

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