Jay Seago is suing manufacture of his car for $3.5 million because of the defect that he thinks caused him to have an accident. The accident kept him out of work for a year. The company has offered him the settlement of $700,000, of which Jay would get $600,000 after attorneys` fees. His attorney has advised him that he has the 50% chance of winning his case. If he loses, he will incur attorneys` fees and court costs of $75,000. If he wins, he isn't guarantee of his full requested settlement. His attorney believes that there is the 50% chance he could receive full settlement, in which case Jay would realize $2 million after his attorney takes her cut, and 50% chance that the jury will award him the lesser amount of $1 million, of which Jay would get $500,000. Using decision tree analysis, decide whether Jay must proceed with his law suit against the manufacturer.