Do I Have to Go to Court for a Personal Injury Claim in Dallas?


When you’ve been injured in Dallas because someone else was careless, you deserve compensation. Unfortunately, the person responsible for your accident might not be so willing to pay for your injuries. Unfortunately, there’s a chance they’ll try to avoid paying for your recovery.

If you’re concerned about how to handle your case, you might be wondering, “Do I have to go to court for a personal injury claim in Dallas?” Fortunately, not every claim has to go to court. With a lawyer from Crain Brogdon, LLP. on your side, you may be able to negotiate your settlement without a claim. Your attorney can help you make the best decision for your claim.

You Can Settle out of Court

In some cases, you might be able to avoid court completely. After all, the responsible party likely doesn’t want a drawn-out legal battle either. They may simply want to deal with the claim so they can move on. That means you’ll have a chance to avoid a complex case.

However, you’ll also need to make sure you’re getting the full amount you deserve. If you’re working with an insurance company, they may seem to be on your side, but don’t accept their offer right away. They have their own profits in mind, and they may offer you less than you deserve.

Fortunately, a Dallas personal injury lawyer can help ensure you get the full settlement you deserve. They can help you calculate your

economic and non-economic damages and write your demand letter if the insurance company offers you less.

Fighting Back for Your Compensation

Unfortunately, it may not be that simple to get your claim settled and to get the compensation you deserve. Instead, the insurance company might put their profits over your recovery. In other cases, the claim may not be settled with the insurance company, such as in cases where the liable party purposefully injured you.

If you’re unable to get the full compensation you deserve for your injuries, you may need to take your claim to court. Fortunately, that doesn’t mean you’ll have to fight alone. Instead, your attorney can help you prepare your claim and help you make sure you get the full amount you deserve, especially if others try to reduce your compensation.

Make Your Choice with a Lawyer’s Help

When you’re injured, you’ll need to decide the best way to handle your claim, and that means asking, “Do I have to go to court for a personal injury claim in Dallas?” The answer will depend on your claim and on what you’ll need to do to get your full compensation.

If you’re not sure you’re getting your claim completely covered, you may need the help of a personal injury lawyer from Crain Brogdon, LLP.. Our Dallas attorneys understand how difficult it can be to get your full compensation, so we’re ready to help.

If you’re struggling to get the full compensation you deserve, reach out to start with a free consult. Our attorneys will review your claim and help you work to get the full amount you deserve for your claim. To begin, reach out by calling 214-522-9404 or by completing the online form below.


Attorney Quentin Brogdon

Quentin Brogdon has over thirty years of experience and expertise in the field of personal injury trial law. He is board certified in both personal injury trial law and civil trial advocacy. Quentin has received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest possible rating. This rating reflects an attorney’s ethics and abilities according to reviews from fellow attorneys. [ Attorney Bio ]

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