- My job is as the head of the litigation department, a lot of the times these claims can be taken care of before trial happens before a lawsuit needs to be filed. But there are a lot of times in which we actually have to file suit on these cases. And that's that's where my department comes in. We file suit personal injury cases that have no other means, typically, to get the client what they need to get their recovery.
- A lot of times we have to file suit because for various reasons, the defendant might not be taking responsibility. or there might be a dispute on liability. And the only way to really figure it out is to put it in front of 12 people who are gonna judge it and give us the verdict.
- Everybody's heard of the McDonald's case, for example, it is a great example of people that actually don't know what happened, that have made a decision based upon information put out there by corporate interests
- When was your last trial? When was the last time you took a case to verdict? Those are questions. No one is going to settle your case with you for a million dollars if you don't have a law firm that can get a million dollar plus verdict.
Episode #4: Litigation is where it is at! For this episode of the Breaking Down The Law Podcast we're joined by Jason Ruen, a personal injury attorney in Houston who specializes in Litigation legal services. He's joined by Breaking Down The Law Podcast host, Ashley Rodriguez. During today’s episode we will be discussing the difference between pre-litigation vs litigation in the personal injury law sector.