You should always call a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after any injury or accident due to negligence of another person or a business. No two people and no two injury cases are alike. There are many ways to become injured or hurt. It can turn your life upside down, result in lost wages, mental and emotional effects, and more. Some common injuries and accidents include:
- Dog Bite Injuries
- Liability Cases
- Product liability
- Bicycle Accidents
- Car Accidents
- DUI Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Wrongful Death
I have fought for them, and I will fight for you. I advocate for the victim and stand up against bullying insurance companies. I have successfully won and recovered money for many clients over the years. I have the tenacity to win your case and make sure you receive fair and full compensation.
Hurt or injured in a car accident? I have a high settlement and win rate. Every day there are hundreds of car accidents on the road, resulting in injuries and death. As an accident and personal injury lawyer, I understand very well the sudden impact a car accident can have on your life. The toll an accident can take on a family or individual is my motivation for coming to work and fighting hard for you each day. I provide comprehensive counsel and representation for those who have been injured in a car, whether as a driver, passenger or pedestrian. Every injury, no matter how minor or serious, receives the same degree of attention and professionalism. What to do if you are in a car accident:
- Write down the names of all the people involved in the accident
- Names and phone numbers of anyone who witnessed the accident
- Date, time, and place of the accident
- The other driver’s license number
- The other driver’s insurance company information
- Case number from the police officer at the scene
- If injured, call me as soon as possible
- Never discuss what happened at the scene of the accident, except with an officer, and NEVER admit fault.
You may be in shock or have massive amounts of adrenaline running through you. You need time to think and process what has happened.
Hurt in a truck accident? Whether it was by a semi-truck, big rig, tractor trailer or an 18-wheeler, I will fight your case for you, no matter how lengthy or complicated. Large trucks are dangerous. They need more time to come to a complete stop, have large blind spots on both sides, and carry oversized and overweight cargo. They also often carry loads that fall off or scatter debris in the road. They are more likely than smaller vehicles to flip or roll. Being on the other end of a truck-involved accident can be a very scary thing. Having to deal with tactical insurance companies and receiving fair compensation literally adds insult to injury. I know the tactics insurance companies and their lawyers use to try to deny or delay compensation for your injuries. I settle many cases before trial, saving you time, worry and money. I am familiar with federal motor carrier laws, and can interpret driver and maintenance logs to identify instances where mistakes or violations may have caused your injury. I also know that trucking companies train their drivers on what to do and say after an accident to avoid being held responsible. Let me handle your truck accident personal injury case, ease your burden, and level the playing field.
Slip and Fall
Slip and fall accidents can occur when a building owner, custodian or workman is negligent in the care, upkeep or repair of a property, resulting in the bodily injury of an individual. These accidents are commonly known as premises liability cases, and can include tripping, slipping, hitting, falling, impaling, etc. If you have been injured in such an accident, call me to review the details of your case. Liability often depends on local laws and the circumstances. Residents and business owners must, by law, warn you of any possible hazards on their property. And even if they don’t, and you are still injured, they could still be held liable. What to do if you are injured on someone’s property:
- Do not admit fault or make detailed statements
- Write down names of the owners and managers of property
- Write down names of witnesses
- Immediately take pictures of scene and injuries
- Save the shoes and clothing you were wearing
- Get medical care if needed
- Do not give recorded statements to insurance adjusters
Remember that business and property owners have a duty to provide a safe environment for visitors to their property. You may experience pain and suffering, medical costs, lost wages and more down the road, so it’s important to speak with a lawyer right away.