Click on any of the questions below to read answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about personal injuries.
Do I Really Need an Attorney or Why Can't I Just Handle It Myself?
People who handle personal injury claims on their own recover 2-3 times less money than those represented by counsel, according to an Allstate Claims Manual. No wonder that the insurance companies love it when people represent themselves. A personal injury case can involve complex and critical legal issues, such as subrogation, coverage issues, uninsured and underinsured claims, policy limit issues, and releases. Most importantly, do-it-yourselfers just won’t have the experience to know the value of their case. Remember, the insurance company’s job is to pay out as little money as possible to injured parties—they will act in their best interest, not yours.
What Do You Charge?
There is no fee for the initial consultation. There is no hourly fee. The fee is based upon a percentage of the amount recovered. If there is no recovery, there will be no fee. A written fee agreement will be prepared and reviewed with you prior to our being hired to represent you.
What about Expenses?
What Kind of Results Have You Obtained?
$1.5 million settlement for the family of a man killed in an auto accident
$1.05 million settlement for the family of a 47-year-old millwright killed when a steam pipe burst at a worksite
A $700,000 settlement for a mother who was injured and who lost her 5-year-old son when their truck was hit by a driver that crossed the centerline
Recovery of $500,000 for a woman who suffered severe internal injuries when she was crushed between two sections of a mobile home
Jury verdict and $3.2 million settlement after successful appeal on civil rights claims by family of anonymous citizen informant murdered after Green Bay police department disclosed identifying information despite warnings that it could lead to his death
This is just a sample of the cases we have successfully handled for our clients.
What If the At-Fault Driver Had No Insurance or Not Enough?
What Is a Wrongful Death Claim?
Head and Brain Injuries
Herniated or Bulging Disks
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