Not all cases are created equal, and any dismissals you see are, in the best case purely anecdotal, and in the worst case, the result of a settlement agreement wherein the defendant agreed to pay the plaintiffs a lump sum.
If you're just asking general questions, the most we can provide are general answers. YMMV, as they say.
i see a few "withdrawal of action" in connecticut cases for debt collections. it seems when they are pressed, they file this. any thoughts?
having looked through hundreds of cases, it is obvious that defaults are dominant. when defendants answer and follow through a bit, then you see "withdrawal of action". only a few follow through though.