What is the Difference Between a Judgement and a Settlement?

A judgment is what the defendant is ordered by the court to pay after a verdict has been made by a jury or a judge. A settlement is a voluntary agreement between the injured party and the defendant, usually through the defendant’s insurance company, to resolve the case in return for a certain amount of money. If you think you have a legal case, contact us today for a free consultation and to learn more about our firm.

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