What To Expect

We will help you every step of the way.

We want you to know you do not have to go through this process alone. We have a team of skilled attorneys and legal staff available to fight for your rights. We take the time to listen to you and understand how your injuries have affected your life. You deserve to be compensated for the losses you have suffered because of your injuries, and we know how to make that happen.

1. Schedule an Appointment

Schedule your free legal consultation to discuss your case with us, either in-person or virtually.

2. We Get to Work for You

We will fight on your behalf and walk you through the process, keeping you informed along the way.

3. We Resolve Your Case

We get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your body’s healing time will control the timetable of your claim. The case should not be settled until you reach maximum medical recovery.

Not everyone will need an attorney. To protect yourself and your rights, however, you should consult a personal injury attorney to determine your legal rights.

Our office does not charge for an initial consultation. After your case is resolved, a percentage of your settlement goes to your attorney fees. No upfront cost is required. You only pay our fee if we obtain a settlement or award for you.

Not always. Whether a lawsuit is necessary or not will depend on several factors. Your attorney will work with you to establish whether a lawsuit is necessary and appropriate.

The value of your claim will be based on the duration of your pain, necessary medical treatment, activity restrictions, wage loss, and the degree of any permanent injury you suffer. An accurate valuation will not be possible until these factors are considered.

  1. Do not discuss your case with anyone other than your healthcare provider and your lawyer.
  2. Do keep all healthcare appointments and follow your treatment plan.
  3. Do not agree to insurance company requests for a medical second opinion without first talking to your healthcare provider and attorney.
  4. Do not delay consulting with an attorney.
  5. Do keep your receipts.
  6. Do take photographs of your bodily injuries, property damage, and the scene of the wreck.
  7. Do keep track of any time missed from work due to your injuries.
  8. Do notify your attorney if you receive any correspondence from the insurance companies.
  9. Do discuss openly with your doctor all the elements of your injuries. Tell your doctor the effect the injuries have on your life and employment.

Most injured people have the right to be reimbursed for their health care costs and to be fully and fairly compensated for their pain and suffering. Neither you nor your health care provider should have to wait for payment of health care costs.

Your first source of payment is your own insurance. You may receive immediate help through your car insurance, personal injury protection (PIP) coverage, Labor and Industries, or medical insurance.

If another person caused your injury, you might have a claim against that person for compensation, including health care, lost wages, and suffering.

Even if your injuries were not your fault, use your own insurance for prompt payments. You can pursue the at-fault person’s insurance at a later date, after you have healed.

Despite what the insurance adjuster may tell you, once you sign an insurance release, you have settled your claim forever.

No matter how great your future health care bills or suffering may be, you will usually forfeit your right to further payment.

Talk to your lawyer before signing any document from the insurance company.

Personal Injury/Insurance Law is very complex, and few people understand their legal rights or the real value of their claim. Insurance adjusters and insurance companies are unreliable sources for explaining your rights, their responsibilities to you, or the value of your claim. Insurance companies employ efficient professionals trained to minimize compensation to injured people.