I can assure everyone here that the last place you want to be is in a courtroom chasing some alleged infringer. in the end, you will always get nothing but another bill from your attorney.
Here's a different experience --
I've yet to actually have a copyright infringement case get to court, but I have settled out of court many times. Why? I try to register all my copyright with the Library of Congress. When the apposing council finds out that the infringement is of a registered copyright, the attorneys tell their clients to settle or else face punitive damages plus attorneys fees (which can be far more than actual damages).