Being injured in a serious accident can turn your life upside-down in a heartbeat and leave both you and your family in a state of physical, emotional and financial devastation. Medical bills arriving daily, doctor appointments, painful rehabilitation, not being able to work, fighting with the insurance company, overwhelming grief and the added stress everyone in the family is forced to endure — nothing can prepare you for it.
But when the accident in question wasn't really an accident at all, when it was actually the result of another's careless, reckless or indifferent actions, obtaining justice and fair compensation for your losses can help.
Our attorneys know how the insurance industry works and the strategies they'll use to minimize their losses at your expense. If you or a member of your family has suffered serious personal injury because of the negligent or wrongful actions of someone else, contact us today. Our lawyers have decades of combined legal experience with these cases and a long track record of successful results.
The kinds of personal injury cases we handle usually involve major physical damage – as is the case with neck, back, brain and spinal cord injuries. We also assist clients who have lost a loved one or close family member in an accident through the pursuit of wrongful death claims.
Our practice includes:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Bicycle and pedestrian accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Accidents and injuries caused by unsafe properties
- Retail store accidents
- Swimming pool accidents
Because attorneys at our firm have extensive litigation experience and have proven their willingness to litigate in order to get the results clients deserve, we are often able to obtain fair settlements from insurance companies without putting clients through the delays and ordeal of a trial. Right now, we want to assure you of two things: We will prepare your case from the very beginning as if trial will be necessary, and, we will never recommend a settlement that we are not completely convinced is in your best interest.