Many lawyers that are specializing in personal injury law yet at the same time are rather new to this profession with all things having been considered and taken into account think that if they build a strong case that has a lot of evidence then this would mean that winning the case in a court of law is going to be the easiest thing that they have ever ended up doing without a shadow of a doubt. The truth of the situation is that things are not quite as simple as you might have initially been thinking.
Even if your case is really strong and you present an excellent case that no one would be able to refute in any way, shape or form, one thing that you should still try your best to keep in mind is that the final arbiter of judgment in the case would, of course, be the judge that was responsible for truly dealing with the case in the best way possible. At Lipcon & Lipcon, the main focus of any case that they try to fight would be trying to see what judge they are about to be assigned.
If you know what judge you are about to get you can end up modifying your strategy accordingly and making it so that you can incorporate the judge’s personal beliefs into the mix. In spite of the fact that judges are not meant to allow their beliefs to interfere with their rulings, they are human after all which means that these things are inevitably going toend up impacting them whether they realize it or not and you can use this to your advantage.