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           Motor Vehicle Accidents

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This office has over 30 years of extensive experience and success at recovering the highest amount of money possible for individuals injured in motor vehicle accidents.

Cases Handled

-Automobile Accidents          

-SUV Accidents                        

-Truck Accidents                     

-Motorcycle Accidents           

-Bicycle Accidents                   

-Pedestrian Accidents            

-Bus Accidents

-Uninsured/Underinsured Claims

-Drunk Driving Accidents

-Impaired Driver Accidents  

-Distracted Driver Accidents

-Dram Shop Cases

-Negligent Entrustment Cases



-Brain Damage

-Traumatic Brain Injury




-Broken Bones

-Herniated Discs

-Nerve Damage

-Burn Injuries

-Muscle Injures

-Emotional and Psychological Injuries

-Other Injuries

What To
Expect After An Accident

The time immediately after an accident can be extremely stressful time. Questions about insurance coverage, such as which company pays for what, questions about how medical bills get paid, questions about work issues, questions about who you can talk to and who you should not to talk to, and questions about whether you have a case and if so, how much it could be worth. This is all at a time when you may be in a lot of pain from injuries suffered in the accident. This office will put your mind at ease in no time! Chances are that you were referred to this office by someone you trust, who already knows from experience that you will be in the best hands possible by contacting this Office.

Legal Fee

We're a phone call away! The initial consultation is free and there will be no pressure and no worries about anything. If you decide to hire this office then the fee agreement will be a "Contingent Fee Agreement" which means that there will be no legal fee if there is no recovery of money. If there is a recovery of money then the legal fee will be a percentage of the recovery (usually one-third of the total recovery, and sometimes 40% of the total recovery depending on the circumstances of the case)

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