How much are our attorney’s fees?

We charge our clients based on a contingency fee, which means that the attorney’s fee is paid only if we win at trial or recover money for you. If you win a sum of money in your case, our attorney’s fee is paid from that sum of money. If you lose a case, we do not charge you attorney’s fees.

Costs and other case related expenses advanced by our office are all expenses that have to be paid regardless of the contingency fee.

When to hire a lawyer?

After an accident you may be bombarded with insurance adjusters, doctors, and lawyers. There are so many questions that you don’t know about. Things you need to consider when hiring a lawyer are: Who is at fault? How severe was the accident? Is the insurance company making a fair offer to you? These are all important things you should discuss with an attorney before you settle your case. We understand it is overwhelming and stressful, so contact us for a free consultation.

Settling a personal injury case?

If you have been in an accident and decide to file a lawsuit, it can take many months or even years to reach a settlement, especially if the party responsible to you and their insurance company make low-ball offers. These offers are made to discourage you from pursuing your rights. Many times these offers are not adequate compensation for the injuries and other losses you have suffered, such as lost wages or pain and inconvenience. There are things insurance companies don’t want you to know in order to get the most compensation for your losses. That is why it is important to speak with a lawyer right away to ensure you are being fully compensated for your injuries and losses.

Can I change lawyers?

You have the option at any time to choose your attorney.  If you are dissatisfied during your case, you can always contact our office for a free no obligation consultation.

What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?

A Traumatic Brain Injury (“TBI”) happens when there is a bump, blow or jolt to the head that disrupts the normal function of the brain. Not all blows or jolts to the head result in a TBI. There are levels of TBI that range from “mild,” i.e., a brief change in mental status or consciousness, “moderate” to “severe,” i.e., an extended period of unconsciousness or amnesia after the injury.

Is a concussion the same thing as a traumatic brain injury?

Yes. A concussion is a form of traumatic brain injury and can be serious because most concussions occur without a loss of consciousness. It is important to recognize and properly respond to concussions when they first occur to prevent further injury or even death. Children playing contact sports are vulnerable to concussions and should be closely monitored.

What are some symptoms of a traumatic brain injury?

After a bump, blow or jolt to the head, look for these danger signs and see a medical professional right away. If you or a loved one has a headache that gets worse and does not go away, weakness, numbness or decreased coordination, vomiting or nausea, drowsy, more confused, agitated or restless and loss of consciousness.

How to tell if a loved one has persistent traumatic brain injury?

• If your loved one has physical, mental and emotional symptoms that are substantially affecting their life activities, such as performance at school or work has changed or unhappy with life changes.
• If your loved one shows a personality change.
• If your loved one gets angry or frustrated for no reason.
• If your loved one gets easily confused.
• If your loved one has trouble making decisions more than usual.

How can you treat a person with a brain injury?

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a brain injury you should talk to health care providers about specialized treatment. Your health care provider can help you find a provider who has special training in treating brain injuries. Early treatment of symptoms by a specialist may speed recovery. Your health care professional may refer you to a neurologist, neuropsychologist, or specialist in rehabilitation.

What if I have no money to see a doctor?

If you don’t have medical insurance or the money to see a doctor, we can immediately find a doctor who can help without any money out of your pocket.

What if I cannot pay my medical bills?

Generally, we can help by speaking with your medical providers to hold off on collecting payment until your case has settled.

Will my case go to trial?

The majority of personal injury cases are settled before trial begins. Depending on your case, trial may or may not be necessary to get you the most recovery for your injuries.  Speak to an attorney today to see if your case needs to go to trial.

Contact our office to find out more information.