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Personal Injury

If you or a loved one have been injured in an auto or other accident, the most important thing you must do is concentrate on your personal injury recovery. Even what initially may seem like a minor accident can result in serious and permanent injury. You do not need to be distracted and worry about the payment of your medical bills and dealing with an insurance company. You need an experienced attorney to handle this new and troubling aspect of your life for you. Let me help you recover what you are entitled to if you have been injured through the fault of another. I have over twenty years of experience in representing people who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents. You must remember that the person who caused your injury will be represented by an attorney from their insurance company. That attorney will not be looking out for your best interest. Even your own insurance company, who will be responsible for paying your medical bills, will be looking out for their best interest rather than yours. You need someone who will strongly advocate your interests to all parties and make sure you get what you are entitled to. There is no fee if there is no recovery.

When injured, you are able to recover damages for pain and suffering, lost time from work, physical impairment, emotional distress such as anxiety and depression, property loss, loss of consortium and loss of the enjoyment of life, among other things.

I will handle your case in the most efficient way possible in order to maximize your recovery. I will not take shortcuts. Instead, I will do whatever it takes to make sure that you get everything you deserve. You will be know what is happening with your case every step of the way. I view the attorney/client relationship as a partnership as we work together in order for you to receive the compensation you deserve.

If you, a family member or friend have been injured in an auto accident, please contact me as soon as possible in order to protect these rights. Your initial consultation is free. The longer you wait, the more difficult it may become to maximize your recovery.