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Legal advice ensures clients receive appropriate compensation when injured reports Capitol Law Group.

Boise, ID, United States of America – March 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Injured parties tend to hesitate before filing a lawsuit as they fear the length of time required to settle a suit of this type. When one is facing mounting medical bills, time becomes of great importance, yet many don’t realize that personal injury lawsuits rarely go to trial. According to The Law Dictionary, only four to five percent of personal injury law cases ever make it into a courtroom as the rest are settled before trial. “Anyone injured through the actions of another should speak to boise idaho Attorneys before determining if they should accept an insurance settlement or seek further damages through the legal system,” Allan R. Bosch of Capitol Law Group declares.

When one files a case of this type, he or she needs to understand what is involved as the process involves a number of steps. The first step involves an investigation and pleadings. Discovery is the third step of the process and typically takes the longest. Most assume pre-trial comes next, unless both parties come to a settlement. “Most cases settle as the attorneys realize the time and expense involved in litigating the case would be cost prohibitive. There are times when one party chooses to appeal as they aren’t happy with the settlement, but this isn’t extremely common,” Bosch explains.

Personal injury cases come in many forms, including car accidents, slips and falls, occupational stress and repetitive strain injuries. “If one is injured through the actions of another party, he or she may have a good personal injury case. Legal representation is required in situations such as this because the other party has attorneys on their side, working to ensure they pay the least amount possible. The injured party must have the same representation to guarantee they get the compensation they deserve for their injuries,” Bosch continues.

Capitol Law Group brings experience and skill to the table, which is one reason many choose to make use of their services when injured. Their peers have honored them with the highest rating available through Martindale-Hubbell, demonstrating the firm’s commitment to diligence, professional standards of conduct, reliability and other criteria. “Clients feel confident knowing they have experienced professionals on their side when they are hurt, and that’s exactly what The Capitol Law Firm provides,” Bosch exclaims.

About Capitol Law Group:
Capitol Law Group understands the importance of having experienced trial attorneys and transactional lawyers on one’s side during legal cases and offers innovative counsel and aggressive defense to all clients. The unrelenting support and deep experience provided by the attorneys explain the firm’s AV Martindale-Hubbell rating, the highest rating offered to a law firm by its peers. The elite professionals employed by Capitol Law Group come from various backgrounds, to ensure clients receive an unrivaled level of quality and competency at all times.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.capitollawgroup.com

Contact Info:
Name: Allan R. Bosch
Email: abosch@capitollawgroup.com
Phone: 208-424-8872
Organization: Capitol Law Group

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