It’s hardly news that there are many personal injury attorneys out there. Thousands have passed the bar in Michigan and Illinois. As such, they have been judged competent to represent clients in personal injury matters.
But is that enough?
The simple answer is “no.” A personal injury attorney needs several skills, finely honed by years of practice. The first thing a personal injury attorney needs is fascicle mind as demonstrated by his or her understanding of the law. That must be followed by an equal ability to use those laws to make sure that a client gets just compensation.
Second, a personal injury attorney needs experience. And, most important, actual trial experience in front of a jury. After all, what insurance company is going to offer a large pre-trial settlement in favor of a plaintiff if the plaintiff’s attorney has never been in front of a judge or jury and has never won a case in a civil trial?
Finally, a personal injury case is just that…personal. A plaintiff who may have suffered tremendous pain, loss and injury, needs a personal injury attorney who is compassionate and has the humanity to fully understand what the plaintiff is going through. Most important, personal injury attorneys must be able to communicate to defendant lawyers. And, ultimately, to a jury in a civil trial, if need be.
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