If you’re being sued by Strike 3 Holdings you have three options in resolving your case. You can choose to settle anonymously, file a motion to quash, or fight your case in court. Depending on the specifics of your case, one option may be best for you but many defendants choose to settle. If you’re curious if it’s right for your case, keep reading.
Many clients have heard of a settlement but aren’t entirely sure what it means. When Strike 3 Holdings initially contacts you, your anonymity is still intact. Many defendants wish to retain their anonymity in their lawsuit and there is typically a limited amount of time to act to do so. When you contact Antonelli Law about resolving your case, we can help you take the first steps to retain your anonymity and begin the process of a settlement.
When you settle, you are agreeing to pay a certain amount to resolve your lawsuit. Once the settlement fee is paid your case is resolved. These settlement amounts can be steep and leave clients in financial ruin. But, with experienced attorneys on your site, we can work to negotiate your settlement. Sometimes, depending on a client’s financial situation, we can also prove financial hardship, further reducing your settlement.
We’ve helped settle hundreds of lawsuits and aim to help you settle for less than the original amount if possible. Our experienced attorneys will fight tirelessly to get you a reasonable settlement and get your life back on track. Read our recent client reviews:
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