Catastrophic Injury Lawsuits | Like Cutting Diamonds
- January 12, 2021 - Catastrophic Injury,
I’m Mike Hackard of Hackard Law. Diamond cutting shapes a rough stone into a faceted gem. It’s extremely difficult.
The best diamond cutters use great knowledge, tools, and techniques. The diamond is usually cut to be seen from only one direction.
Catastrophic injury lawsuits are like diamond cutting. The cases start with a very rough set of facts. Different views change how the facts are seen.
We start with a preliminary set of rules. The case is developed. The facts are seen from different perspectives. Some views are clear. Others clouded.
We update the rules. Rules well established in law, practice or common sense. Knowledge, tools and techniques transform the rough case.
The case evolves from intense information gathering, depositions, and trial preparation into a narrative. A narrative that a jury will hear. A narrative where jurors will weigh conflicting evidence. There they will decide which is more likely right than wrong.
Civil cases are not like criminal cases. Cases where creating a doubt gives the accused an out. The civil case burden is based on common sense. “What is more likely right than wrong.”
This is our system. It works. We love our work. We have a passion to represent our clients well. To use best practices. To pursue legal excellence.
Call us at Hackard Law if you’d like us to look at your case: 916-313-3030.
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