Plaintiffs initiate a lawsuit usually to seek restitution for some wrong committed by another party, e.g., a breached contract, an injury, to collect a debt, etc.
The aim of Two-Track is to get restitution at less cost, in less time, and with less stress than litigation.
Plaintiffs can actually achieve better financial outcomes (more money goes to the plaintiff, and less to attorneys’ fees), earlier, and with less stress than in protracted litigation.
Plaintiffs also retain rights and access to the courthouse, if needed.
However, considering that 98% of all lawsuits in the United States are resolved prior to going to trail, it is highly unlikely the courthouse will make the final decision in any case. Put another way, there is only a 2% chance that a plaintiff’s lawsuit will actually be decided by a judge or jury.