Unlike lawyers that charge by the hour, my practice is built on personal injury contingency fees. This means that you do not have to pay any money up front and I advance all of your costs to you. Unlike other firms, I do not charge a deposit which means they want a few hundred dollars up front to pay for postage, xerox and fed-ex packages.
If I represent you in a personal injury claim, the best way to save money is by making a significant recovery. The following are examples of how you can determine whether or not you need an attorney; i) the familiarity of you with the defense tactics and strategies to fight your claim, ii) the question of how well you know the law and can you deal with the adjuster without an attorney on your side, iii) what are the best resources as far as expert witnesses to help present your claim in a light favorable to a jury, iv) how would the fact of what truly is a fair settlement is based upon prior cases and jury verdicts in your county and finally v) how well do you know your medical condition and is it s significant one or relatively minor soft tissue.
I always tell potential clients when deciding whether to hire a lawyer to ask the following questions: Would you treat your cancer or life threatening disease by using the internet or books? I think the answer is logically no.
If you or anyone you know has been injured in an automobile accident or injured on the job, please contact me at 407-315-2182 or through my web site.