Representative Cases
Log-Splitter Accidents
Falls Down Stairs
Watercraft Accidents
Prescription Errors
Wrongful Death
Diesel Exhaust Exposure
Defective Products
Cancer Misdiagnosis
Auto Accidents
Slip and Fall Accidents
Bicycle Accidents
Drug Reactions
Defective Airbags/Seatbelts
Negligent Security
Insurance Cases
Medical Malpractice
Traumatic Brain Injury
Liquor Liability Cases
Fetal Demise
Conveyor Belt Accidents

Frequently Asked Questions Concerning Personal Injury Cases

Q: How will I pay a lawyer?
A: Following a free initial consultation, personal injury clients are represented on a contingent fee basis. This means that the legal fee is paid as a percentage of the recovery amount in the event of a settlement or by an award of the court. There is no legal fee due if no recovery is made.


Q: Should I provide a statement to an insurance company without a lawyer’s assistance?
A: In many instances, it is in your best interest to consult a lawyer before giving a statement to an insurance company.


Q: Will I have to go to trial to recover damages?
A: The vast majority of personal injury claims settle out of court or before trial.


Q: What information does an attorney need to prosecute my personal injury claim?
A: An attorney will typically require: copies of medical bills and treatment records, pertinent photographs, your own recollections of the accident, names and addresses of any witnesses and any police or investigative report(s).