Norfolk personal injury lawyers Ed Booth and Randy Appleton talk about the steps that have to be taken before deciding whether to resolve a client's claim. Before resolution can even be considered, a client needs to have reached maximum medical improvement. This means that the client has been deemed, by a medical doctor or other medical professional, to be as close to 100 percent as possible, post-accident. But remember, any decision to resolve a personal injury case (usually through settlement) must involve the client and the client makes the ultimate call.
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