Five Common Questions
- Do I have a case?
- Do I need a lawyer?
- How much does it cost?
- What is my case worth?
- Should I talk to the insurance company before I obtain a lawyer?
Do I have a case?
Each case is different. Our attorneys are experienced at handling all types of personal injury, workers' compensation and social security cases and are ready to listen to your concerns and provide knowledgeable legal advice, guidance and support to you in your time of needs. Please call us for a free consultation to find out if you have a viable case.
Do I need a lawyer?
An attorney is best suited to protect you and your rights whenever you are injured in an accident. Even if you are being paid or it seems as though the insurance company is cooperating with you, you should seek a legal consultation to provide you an opinion regarding what you truly deserve. There are many things to consider before attempting to settle your case. You must know if someone can attach a lien to your settlement, reducing the money you ultimately receive. You must also know how a settlement could affect your ongoing receipt of other benefits, such as social security or Medicaid. Please call us for a free consultation to learn more about your rights.
How much does it cost?
Our law firm does not charge any fee to you unless we obtain a recovery in your favor. We advance all of the costs involved in your case and never seek reimbursement for these expenses unless we recover money in your case. Call us today for a free consultation.
What is my case worth?
Each case is different. Factors such as the type of case, the injuries you have sustained, the type of insurance involved, the insurance carrier involved, the nature and extent of your out-of-pocket expenses, liens attached to your case, the location of your accident, and your age and health all play a role in helping us determine the true value of your case. Please call us for a free consultation.
Should I talk to the insurance company before I obtain a lawyer?
It is usually bad to speak about your accident in any detail to the insurance company before speaking with an attorney. The insurance company is well aware of the laws and ways to avoid paying you for your injuries and damages. You should NEVER provide a recorded interview to any insurance company alone. Before speaking with any insurance company, call our attorneys for a free consultation.