Our Process Makes a Difference

Case Process at Kronenberg Law

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There's No "Winning" When You're the Target of a Lawsuit

Usually, your best hope is coming out of the litigation as close as possible to where you were before the case was filed. This is why choosing a response to a lawsuit requires careful consideration. At times, the dollar-wise choice is to cut your losses as quickly as possible with a negotiated resolution. In other situations, going to trial makes more sense. At Kronenberg Law, we have a process—and the experience—to recommend a strategy that works best for our clients, and we also have the expertise necessary to achieve the optimal result.


Our process is to quickly figure out the likeliest outcome of the case so that we can tailor a strategy in keeping with your goals. Steps are: 

1.  An In-Depth Investigation

Understanding the background to a case is critical to choosing how a defense team responds. Job One is to find out what went wrong, why, who's responsible, and to what extent.

2.  Early Case Assessment

We take pride in our ability to quickly assess factors that may drive the outcome of litigation. Within 60 days of Kronenberg Law taking a case, our clients will:

      • Receive a full description of background facts
      • Be counseled on the pertinent law
      • Receive our written opinion on the potential liability exposure
      • Understand our recommendation for going forward
 3.  Mitigate Settlement Losses

There are cases that simply cannot get a favorable verdict, no matter how much we prepare, so resources would be better devoted to a settlement strategy. In such situations, we'll work to uncover any weaknesses in the plaintiff's case that can serve as leverage in settlement negotiations.

 4.  Going to Trial

The goal at Kronenberg Law is to go to trial with a "winnable" case, yet also to win cost-effectively. We'll clearly point out your options. If you do decide to go to trial, we'll be ready. At Kronenberg Law, we provide aggressive and highly knowledgeable courtroom representation.