Frequently Answers and Questions


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I am experienced, attentive, trustworthy and I have achieved remarkable success in helping my clients achieve optimal results in their cases.

I understand the importance of communication and transparency between attorney and client. Although I would like to talk to you weekly by telephone, that would be neither practical nor productive. Legal matters have a way of stretching out over long periods of time. To you, it may often seem like ages have gone by without activity, however, in fact, much behind-the-scenes work is being completed so that on the day your matter is ready, nothing will be overlooked. In order to keep the cost of legal services down while maximizing communications, I will strive to keep you informed when anything important happens and to respond to your questions in a reasonable time. In addition, I will inform you when your presence is required, either in my office or in court.

Personal injury cases are incidents in which injuries or deaths have occurred as a result of another’s carelessness, recklessness or intentional wrongdoing. The other person’s negligence may be the result of a motor vehicle accident, slip and fall or many other possible events.

If you do not know who was at fault in the accident, that’s okay. In fact, when you contact me, i do not expect you to know exactly what happened. Establishing fault in a car accident requires a thorough legal analysis, and the only way for you to know who was to blame is to hire an experienced attorney.

No, and this is an all-too-common assumption that you need to avoid. While the accident report may serve as one piece of evidence in your case, it is critical that you hire a law firm to conduct a comprehensive investigation as soon as possible. When my firm investigate car accidents, some of the types of evidence I typically seek to collect include:
  • Skid mark data
  • Information about weather and road conditions, signage, and other critical factors
  • Photos from the scene of the accident
  • Engineering reports assessing the damage to each of the vehicles
  • Witness statements
  • Phone records
  • Maintenance records
  • Repair bills
  • Employment records showing loss of income and benefits
  • Medical records.
Too often, accident victims unknowingly make mistakes that jeopardize their claims. With the insurance companies’ profits-first approach to car accident claims, they will look for any excuse to deny your claim, and they are only too happy to use your own mistakes against you. When I sit down for your free initial consultation, I will walk you through all of the mistakes you need to avoid. I will also help you by:
  • Dealing directly with the insurance companies on your behalf
  • Consulting with physicians and other medical experts to determine the full extent of your injuries and the need for ongoing and future medical treatment
  • Obtaining additional medical opinions if your current treatment or therapy is not working
  • Working with your medical providers and other creditors should you be unable to work and fall behind in your bills

No, but I urge you to contact me as soon as possible. You do not want to wait any longer than necessary; and, the sooner you contact me, the sooner we can get to work fighting for just compensation.

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If you or anyone you love has been injured by another person’s actions -or inactions- there are probably a lot of questions on your mind. That is normal, and we are willing to give you the answers and the support you deserve.