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Timing: Mass Torts Made Simple

Mass torts are an enormous undertaking. In the process of filing these massive lawsuits, clients may become concerned that the case is stalling out or taking too long. What some may not know is that the process of filing a lawsuit can take much longer than initially assumed.

The first thing to know is that a lawsuit is more than just a trial. In fact, many cases never make it to trial. Instead, these cases are settled during the pretrial period. The pretrial period is the span of time between filing the lawsuit and the time it goes to trial. 

During the pretrial period, a lot of events are occurring. Attorneys undergo the discovery process in which they request documents and evidence from either side and conduct depositions to take witness testimony. Additionally, attorneys are filing motions in order to secure the best standing for their case.

This pretrial process can take months if not years. During this time, experts are being sought, vetted, and hired. For some mass torts, the expert may conduct their own independent research or review specifically to create evidence for the trial. During this process, clients may not hear from their attorneys, though most law firms will give clients updates every four to six months. 

If you want to file a mass tort lawsuit, you will need help. A Mass Torts attorney can help you file your lawsuit, advise you on whether a settlement is in your best interest, and advocate for your circumstances and situation. The best Mass Torts attorney can recover the amount you are owed while protecting your interests. The best attorneys can be found at Attorney at Law.

At AAL, our nationwide network of attorneys and law firms can match you with an experienced Mass Torts attorney in your area. Our partners have the resources, legal expertise, and experience to take on any accountable group. 

In addition to resources, our partners are client-focused in their approach to mass torts. Our partners understand that a lawsuit can be stressful and financially draining. That’s why we only partner with firms that take mass torts cases on contingency.

That you never pay unless you win. Don’t wait. Contact AAL today for a free, no obligation consultation and begin your journey to justice.

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