No one plans for injuries like we do
If you have been injured in a motor vehicle, motorcycle, trucking, or train-related accident, or due to a slip and fall, you may be eligible to file a claim and/or a lawsuit to recover damages. A personal injury refers to any harm, whether it be physical or psychological, caused by negligence, intentional harm, or the recklessness of another person or entity.
We offer free consultations to anyone injured in an accident or a slip and fall. You and your loved ones can benefit from the dedication and commitment of our firm’s legal team.
Our firm has advocated for numerous settlements and judgments for our clients, including several six figure awards. We have nationally ranked attorneys who have won awards with the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys as well as the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys.
We carefully prepare our cases to achieve results for each client we represent. Nothing matters more after an accident than making sure you know your rights as to compensation and getting the treatment you deserve.
Types of personal injuries
Personal injuries can occur as a result of many different types of incidents. Examples of what constitutes a personal injury include:
- car accidents
- construction accidents
- alcohol-related accidents
- motorcycle accidents
- work accidents
- trucking accidents
- train accidents
- premises liability
- slips and fails
- child abuse
- defective products
- wrongful death
- extreme emotional distress
- verbal abuse
- dog bites
- false imprisonment
- prescriptive errors
Personal injury claims
Our firm’s attorneys understand the stress and devastation caused by an accident and will work to recover financial compensation for your damages. We can help you recover compensation for losses for hospital bills, doctor bills, lost wages, loss of the ability to work, pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of consortium, out of pocket expenses, and long term programs.
Our firm consists of aggressive personal injury attorneys who will work to ensure that all liable parties are held accountable for their actions.
Personal injury cases do not require any fees up front. Instead, these cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. A contingency fee means that if our firm is able to secure a positive settlement or judgment, attorney’s fees are paid out of a state regulated percentage of your award. If there is no settlement or judgment, you will not be required to pay any attorney’s fees.
It is very important that you see an attorney soon after your accident so you do not let the statute of limitations expire.