An accident-related injury may lead to compensation for medical bills, expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering. We are resolved to help our clients obtain appropriate compensation.
When should we contact you?
Immediately. Memories fade. Witnesses can disappear. Parties can become intransigent. The passage of time can make gathering facts difficult. Most importantly, we want to speak with you, if possible, before the police, an insurance company, or opposing counsel takes your statement.
Can you negotiate or settle a claim without filing a lawsuit?
Yes, our skill set embraces claims handling, insurance defense, and case value assessments that ensure an ideal settlement and overall approach. Litigating a claim is not always necessary.
Can an insurance company deny my injury claim?
Absolutely. There are many reasons, aside from liability or who is at fault, that an insurance may deny your claim. We pursue all legal avenues and all insurance coverage options.
Basis for denials include: preexisting injuries – regardless of prior conditions, if the accident is someone else’s fault, seek counsel; pain unrelated to the accident – the longer you wait, the more likely someone will argue your issues are unrelated to the incident; and the accident was your fault – an insurance adjuster may not tell you, but liability can sometimes be apportioned amongst the parties depending on the facts and a thoughtful application of the law.
Are there diverse types of personal injuries cases?
Various accidents lead to personal injury claims, including: motorcycle accidents, bus accidents, auto accidents, amputations, slip and falls, premises liability claims, trucking accidents, dog bites, birth injuries, burn injuries, spinal cord, and traumatic brain injuries, just to name a few.
Do you offer representation options besides contingency fees?
All initial consultations are free. Circumstances, the nature of a claim, and your goal will decide what fee arrangement is best. We offer advance fee, flat fee, and contingency representation.