After an accident or slip and fall, you may be confused about what to do next. For most victims, medical bills begin to pile up, an employer expects them to return to work as soon as possible, and the victim’s family is waiting for the victim to return to his or her normal self.
However, returning back to a normal and active status can take a while if there has been substantial damage to the body. Completing everyday tasks may not be as easy to do and is often less enjoyable. Our goal in personal injury cases is to work hard to get clients back to a place where they are able to enjoy work, family, and their lives like they did prior to their accident or injury.
We have experience working hard for clients and getting through to insurance companies in a way that directly shows we are willing to fight for our clients. We are NOT afraid to go to trial if necessary, but we also know the fine art of negotiation. No case is the same and every injury is different, but we work for ALL of our clients to help them get what they deserve.
- Auto Collisions– If someone rear ends you, sideswipes your vehicle, or hits your vehicle and flees, call our Firm of Top lawyers who are ready to go toe-to-toe with the insurance companies.
- Slip and Fall Cases- If you slip and fall while in a grocery store or restaurant, the company involved may be responsible and required to compensate you for your injuries. Our attorneys will conduct research to let you know whether you have a claim.
- Pedestrian Accidents- We have represented clients who have been injured while crossing the street. Drivers become distracted for a number of reasons and if you have been hit by one of these distracted drivers while walking, give us a call.
- Tractor Trailer Collisions- There is perhaps no scarier incident than when a driver is struck by a tractor-trailer. These big truck cases require a team that is skilled and experienced in these specific cases. Our Firm handles these matters and is ready to fight for you!
For guidance on what to do after your auto accident, read this Personal Injury Dos and Don’ts sheet.