What many people are not aware of is that these days in the entire Commonwealth of Massachusetts on average only 300 cases are tried before superior court juries. YES ONLY 300. These days most cases are successfully handled by defendants by obtaining a summary judgment against the plaintiff or forcing a small settlement.
The ability to prevail in cases based upon this reality is the ability to prepare a case for the conundrum that our system has become. As a plaintiff the case had better be well prepared before it is filed otherwise a defendants counsel will see the weeknesses and prepare his/her strategy for the death blow of the summary judgment or turning the case into a minimal value lawsuit.
From the defendant's perspective the opposite applies. The great weekness for plaintiff's are attorneys who submit a poorly prepared or drafted complaint and as a result the client unexpectedly becomes a target and not someone seeking judicial redress of an issue.
Your attorney had better have good practice force.
My expertise in this area has prepared me well to represent clients. These strengths are
-Extensive experience in handling litigation from commencement to completion including discovery, motion and brief writing
-Proficiency in negotiating and drafting legal documents for business and employment contracts.
-Recognized ability to analyze factual issues and develop legal strategies to handle them.
-Strong problem solving skills during litigation negotiations.-Computer usage, Westlaw research and Microsoft Office.
Clarence Darrow as to trials stated "There is no such thing as justice there is just winning and losing." These days he would multiply that thought by 10.
My thought is JUSTICE IS WHEN MY CLIENT WINS AND INJUSTICE IS WHEN MY CLIENT LOSES. I DON'T BELIEVE IN INJUSTICE