If you’re one of the thousands of defendants that has been targeted by Strike 3 Holdings you’ve likely considered settling as a course of action. In these cases, you can choose to settle anonymously, file a motion to quash, and fight your case in court. Depending on the specifics of your lawsuit one option may be better than the others, but if you feel settling is right for you, there are a few things you should know.
- You can retain your anonymity– Many people choose this option as it can allow them to retain their anonymity and avoid their name being publicly tied to the case.
- You may be able to lower your settlement amount– In some cases, defendants have been able to achieve lower settlement amounts than they originally thought. Several factors play into this and you may need advice/assistance from an experienced attorney.
- You should have an attorney look over your case prior to settling– An attorney who is experienced with these cases may be able to help you achieve a lower settlement amount and save you thousands of dollars. Aside from saving you money, an attorney can look at your specific case and let you know if there may be a better option for you. When you call Antonelli Law we can discuss the benefits of each option during your free consultation.
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