There are no open and shut cases.There are no easy cases.Litigating an injury case involves essentially two prongs fighting on liability, which is proving who is at fault and then understanding the damages. The damages are really how the injured party is affected. When we have a client and we’re looking at his or her injuries, we really need to understand the medicine behind the injury and how these injuries are going to affect her life for the remainder of her life. To do that, we speak to the client, we speak to the client’s families, we speak to their friends, and we try to get a picture of what their life was like before the injury, what their life is like during the injury. From the moment they wake up in the morning to the time they go to bed at night and really what their life is going to look like following the injury, what medical costs might be incurred down the road, how their wages might be affected, or their ability to earn an income. It’s these elements that have to be built from the beginning of the case to the end of the case. And it’s the only way to show a judge or a jury or opposing counsel or the insurance adjusters what the case is really worth. It’s the only way to get full and fair compensation.