What it Takes to Hold a Corporation Accountable for Their Actions

Taking on a corporation in a civil lawsuit and holding them accountable for their wrongdoing is not a task for the faint of heart. It takes courage, commitment, access to capital, persistence, and a deep sense of conviction from both the trial lawyer and the Plaintiff when you’re in a fight with a corporation that has millions of dollars and resources to spend. However, there is good news, you can and do have what it takes to not just to take on a corporation, but to win!

I recently took on a national corporation in a lawsuit where my client had her privacy violated and was sexually assaulted in a situation where the corporation knew there was a risk of this happening. The corporation denied any liability and we were forced to file a lawsuit. I’m pleased to announce that after over two years of litigation, twenty one depositions, flights across the country, and tens of thousands of dollars spent in litigation costs, I secured a settlement for my client that helped her regain her since of control of her life and obtain the financial compensation she needed to focus on her future.

Here’s What it Takes to Hold a Corporation Accountable for Their Wrongdoing

If you have been wronged by a corporation, you need to prepare yourself mentally for the battle ahead if you want to take them on and hold them accountable for their actions. This article discusses what it takes to hold a corporation accountable through a civil lawsuit. Follow these points, and you will have greater chance of coming out victorious.

Commitment

Before even considering taking on a corporation with a lawsuit you must be fully committed to doing whatever it takes to hold them accountable. What does this mean? This means committing to going through the litigation process and all the emotions that come with it in your fight for justice. Taking on a corporation is not like the cases you see on TV commercials where lawyers are boasting about quick settlements. These cases can unfortunately take some time. However, the satisfaction and financial reward in holding the corporation accountable is worth it.

Courage

You also have to be courageous to take on a corporation. These companies are big and can be intimidating. However, our judicial system gives everyone in our society equal footing and an avenue for justice. Be courageous and do not be scared to take them on!

Capital

One of the most important things needed in taking on a corporation in a civil lawsuit is access to capital. Your lawyer will need to have access to cash and credit to spend thousands of dollars well in advance of a trial or a mediation date. Corporations and their lawyers are infamous for attempting to depleted trial lawyers of their financial resources during litigation. Make sure the lawyer your hire has the resources to spend the money needed so you can obtain the justice you deserve. One of the most important things needed in taking on a corporation in a civil lawsuit is access to capital. Your lawyer will need to have access to cash and credit to spend thousands of dollars well in advance of a trial or a mediation date. Corporations and their lawyers are infamous for attempting to depleted trial lawyers of their financial resources during litigation. Make sure the lawyer your hire has the resources to spend the money needed so you can obtain the justice you deserve.

Perseverance

Taking on a corporation takes perseverance. There will be trial dates that get rescheduled, unexpected motions to dismiss, and the corporation’s lawyers may attempt to intimidate and belittle so that you will want to give up. You have to persevere through all of this in your fight to hold the corporation accountable. Again, do not give up and quit. The satisfaction and financial reward in holding the corporation accountable is worth it.

Conviction

Lastly, you have to have a deep sense of conviction for justice in your fight in holding a corporation accountable for their wrongdoing. These cases a have huge implications for the corporation, and by taking them on you are helping ensure that what happened to you doesn’t happen to someone else by the corporation. Your conviction for justice will ultimately help motivate you in your fight in holding the corporation accountable for their wrongdoing on the days where it seems like there is no end in sight to your case.

If you or a loved one was harmed as a result of the intentional or negligent conduct of a corporation, contact me for a free consultation. I have the commitment, courage, capital, perseverance and conviction it takes and can help you obtain justice by holding the corporation accountable for their actions so that you can receive the financial compensation you deserve.