In the blink of an eye, a life may be completely altered through a serious slip and fall, dog attack, injury by a faulty product, or some other serious incident. The pain and suffering associated with such incidents can be significant. You may incur unexpected expenses, your ability to work may be impaired, your relationship with family members may be compromised, or even your ability to support yourself and family could be severely limited. You should not have to bear all the cost consequences and suffering caused by the negligence of others, even if you might share in the fault. In most instances, insurance exists to afford you the ability to get through and recover from an unexpected injury or disability.
Whether your injuries are permanent or hopefully short lasting, the cost consequences to you can be great. Though insurers should provide you the support and resources needed to compensate for such costs, insurers are in business to profit. They do this by maximizing the collection of premiums and minimizing payments. Their shareholders are their first priority, not you.
With a combined experience in excess of four decades of helping injured people, we have an established track record of confronting insurers, even in the most difficult cases, and recovering compensation for our clients to assist them through the difficult times and provide resources for the future challenges so often faced.
If you have been injured in a slip and fall, you may be entitled to compensation for economic losses (loss of wages), loss of earning capacity, pain and suffering, psychological damage, loss of enjoyment of life, medical, hospital and other out-of-pocket expenses, future health care expenses, and future housekeeping/handyman expenses.
Injuries that involve the neck with associated headaches, back and overall body pain can lead to chronic pain that can be absolutely disabling and life-altering. These “invisible injuries” are often mocked and not given serious recognition by insurance companies. We have had extensive experience representing numerous victims with chronic pain. We know these conditions can be devastating, and we will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.
We want you to concentrate on your recovery. It is vital that you recuperate to the fullest extent possible prior to negotiating a settlement. Once settlement is reached, the law precludes asking for an increase in compensation at a later date. We need to know the long-term strategy for your well-being to ensure you receive all that you will ever need for your care. We recognize this is a slow process, and our compassionate team is with you every step of the way.