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Weaknesses in Plaintiff Cases


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9/18/2014
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Baltimore personal injury attorneyAs you draw closer to reaching a settlement or having your case presented in front of a jury, your Baltimore personal injury attorney may begin to discuss some negative aspects of litigation. For example, your Baltimore personal injury lawyer may warn you that the majority of capable defense attorneys can identify weaknesses in plaintiff cases that have not been previously discovered by the insurance adjuster. 

Role of Discovery

When you are dealing just with an insurance adjuster, your Baltimore personal injury attorney controls the majority of information that the adjuster gets. However, once true litigation begins, the attorney for the defense can request a variety of information during the formal discovery process. This information may be learned through medical release forms, independent medical exams, depositions, requests for production of evidence and interrogatories. 

Types of Negative Information

Your Baltimore personal injury attorney can explain that some of the negative information that may be revealed during this process includes: 

  • Alcohol intake before or during the accident
  • Previous claim information
  • Prior injuries not caused by the accident
  • A criminal record

If you believe that you have potential weaknesses that could gravely affect your case, it is best to inform your lawyer of this information so that he or she can attempt to settle before commencing litigation. 

If you would like to learn about the nine most common weaknesses of plaintiff claims, contact the Law Offices of James Lee Katz, P.A. at (443) 394-0900 or toll-free at (800) 564-7808.

 



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