Our Trial Team Approach Provides Best Opportunity For Success
With years of experience representing clients against large corporations, manufacturers, and insurance companies, we understand how these companies and their defense counsel think and how they approach personal injury cases. Our experience has proven that our trial team approach with a combination of attorneys, case managers, paralegals, legal assistants and support staff creates the best opportunity for success. Insurance companies and large corporations do their homework. They know which firms will aggressively represent their clients and which ones will go to trial. They know that Crews & Pesquera is prepared “to go the distance” which is why we obtain excellent results for our clients and their families in out-of-court settlements. We prepare each case as if it will proceed to trial and will aggressively take a case all the way to a jury verdict if necessary. Mr. Crews’ largest verdict was $26,917,000.00.
Most Cases Settle Before Going To Trial
Our exhaustive investigation and diligent preparation means that many of our cases are won before lawsuits even get filed. Others settle without the necessity of a trial. In every case, we battle long and hard to obtain just, full and fair compensation for our clients. Opposing counsel knows that we have the reputation for being committed to uncovering all the factual issues in a case and will always achieve the best possible results for our clients.
That’s why our clients trust us to guide them through the complexities of litigation. We keep our clients well informed, with information they want to hear, as well as information they do not want to hear. We make sure they understand our opinion on the likelihood of success which places them in the best position to decide if the cost of litigation is justified.
The types of cases we represent and our commitment to making a difference in people’s lives is demonstrated by the settlements and judgments we have achieved on behalf of our clients. Please visit our Verdicts Section.