When we receive successful verdicts in injury and car accident cases, we know that it is no accident. As Orlando car accident lawyers we never lose sight of the fact that jurors decide whether an injury claim will result in a favorable result. Whether the conduct involves a car accident, truck accident or motorcycle collision, jurors will decide all of the important issues. Our clients often ask us, “How do jurors decide the issues of fault?” and “how much money is fair?”
For more than twenty years we have worked to understand the best way to help jurors make those important decisions for our clients. We have learned that most people want to make the correct decisions and take jury duty very seriously. We have great faith in our jury system and find that jurors generally feel the same way.
We often review the experience of jurors so that we can continue to do the best job possible. Despite most people’s initial reluctance, once they get involved with the process they generally find the experience to be a positive one. For example, one prospective juror recently commented that jury duty, “is the basic level of citizen involvement. It is what you can do if you cannot serve in the military. This is a system that keeps going because someone is willing to step up and keep it going.”
We believe that every car accident client who goes to trial deserves to have a lawyer present their case in a manner that assists jurors to make the best decision possible. After more than 20 years, we know that too many individuals involved in car accidents unfortunately choose lawyers who do not specialize in civil trial law. For this reason we wrote the Florida Accident & Injury Book.