Will I have to go to court for my Florida auto accident case?

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It all depends. Every case is different. There are many cases that will be resolved by amicable settlements by way of a demand letter or a demand package, cases that’ll settle during the course of litigation, perhaps at mediation. Then there are those groups of cases that cannot be resolved by way of an amicable settlement that go to a jury trial. It really depends on the unique facts and circumstances of your case as to whether or not it will go to court. I will offer to you that the vast majority of cases in the state of Florida do not go to court. The court system just couldn’t handle that many jury trials. However, your case may be one that needs to go to a jury trial.

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