Are Trial Benefits available for a trial in front of a judge, even when a jury is not present?

Yes, for covered matters the Trial Benefits apply to formal proceedings in a court of law where parties present their case for a judge or jury to decide the validity of a charge or claim. A Trial begins with the selection of a jury or opening statements made to a judge. Trial does not include matters such as conferences, discovery, negotiations, pleas, hearings, and motions.

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