Motions For Summary Judgment Explained By Our Scott County Civil Defense Attorneys
In civil litigation, the purpose of a trial is for either a jury or the judge to decide facts that are in dispute. If the plaintiff's story differs from that of the defendant, the trier of fact (the judge or jury) must decide which story is more likely to be true, and rule in that party's favor.
Read the full article from our Scott County civil defense attorneys, who explain how motions for summary judgment work in Scott County civil litigation matters.
In this video, Scott County litigation defense attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how civil defense lawyers use motions for summary judgment to win cases without the expense of a trial.