There are many ways to win your case in FedEx litigation 2021. The first step is to contact the court and ask them for the rules about filing and discovery. Many times the judge will tell you they don’t have all the information but if you ask nicely you can find out. Many people just try to go straight into court without doing their homework.
I’ve represented many cases before, most of which were FedEx. I remember a client whose lawyer tried to get her to sue him for lost cargo. She was upset, had a perfectly good reason to be, and didn’t want to do anything to cause herself more pain. But FedEx didn’t want her to take that route and they won. If FedEx didn’t want their customer to file a claim, they couldn’t prevent her from doing so.
I always advise people to talk to their attorneys before deciding on a case. The more you know about the opposing parties, the better position you’ll be in to negotiate a fair settlement. You should also get a copy of the opposing party’s case to read so you know what it looks like. It might not look the same as your situation. Even if you think it does, there may be some things the judge or court stenographer missed.
In any case you should never settle for less than what you’re entitled to. Many companies try to get away with it, but they will always fail if you pursue your case hard enough. If you know you deserve more, you will always have a chance to get it.
A few people have told me they wished they had gone to court instead of settling. This is a good choice, though I don’t recommend it if you have money. Settling isn’t cheap, and you may end up losing more.
Another factor to consider is what you have to lose. Don’t blow your whole settlement on a few hundred dollars. Go for big settlements if you can afford to do so. It’s very tempting, especially when your lawyer is so eager to help you that you go ahead and agree to a very low amount. Never do that! You can only hope that the company will eventually offer you a decent amount, not to mention it’s better to pay a little than to not get anything at all.