What To Do If An Injury Defendant Seems To Be Judgment-Proof?
One of the biggest worries clients in the world of personal injury services have is that they won't be able to get compensation even if they win their cases. Defendants who are effectively too poor or bankrupt are sometimes called judgment-proof. This means they might effectively avoid paying even if a court orders it because they're broke. What does a personal injury lawyer tell a client to do in this situation?