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Why Hire A Personal Injury Attorney?

Our attorneys have experience handling complex personal injury cases against big insurance companies, corporate defendants, government entities, and wealthy individuals. These defendants love to offer little or no money and at the same time drag your case out for as long as possible. Most of these companies would rather pay their defense attorneys large sums of money than to pay you what you deserve. For these reasons, and because most defendants/insurance companies will not put any real money on a case where the plaintiff is self-represented, it is critical that you hire an experienced personal injury attorney to handle your matter.

Unfortunately, clients often come to us when they are at their lowest moment, and suffering from significant injuries. These injuries are often debilitating, chronic, severe, and/or traumatic. Some of the common types of personal injuries our firm is prepared to handle include Traumatic Brain Injuries, Paraplegia and Quadriplegia cases, Eye Injuries, Burn Injuries, Degloving Injuries, Amputations, Broken bones, Injuries requiring surgical intervention, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Cases, and other significant injuries.

The injuries our clients suffered, and the defendants who caused those injuries, are important in determining who is responsible for the damage caused. Common types of personal injury cases that we handle include catastrophic injury cases, wrongful death cases, premises liability cases, dangerous condition lawsuits against the government, DUI accident cases against drivers and their employers, assault and battery cases, dog bite cases, negligent supervision cases, cases against rideshare companies (Uber/Lyft), and other types of personal injury matters.

Types of Damages

Our attorneys will fight to get you the compensation you deserve, including compensation for your medical bills, income/wage losses, pain and suffering, punitive damages (if available), treble damages, statutory damages, loss of consortium, wrongful death damages, survival damages, and other damages.

You Should Take Immediate Action

Civil deadlines can be harsh and unforgiving. Missing the statute of limitations, or missing the deadline to present a government tort claim, can result in your lawsuit being forever time-barred. In some cases, the deadline to take action can be as little as six months or less. It is therefore critical that you meet all deadlines for your cases or else you may completely lose your right to sue. Our attorneys are experienced in handling personal injury and wrongful death cases, including against government entities, and are familiar with all the relevant deadlines for your case. Contact us today for a free 30-minute consultation (telephonic/remote due to COVID-19). We look forward to talking with you about your case.

**Please note that until you have a signed retainer with our firm, you remain fully responsible for all deadlines on your case, including any statutes of limitation and any deadlines to present a tort claim to a government entity.