Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to Cooperate with the Insurance Company?

Most accident victims believe they must provide a statement to the adverse insurance carrier or sign medical authorizations. However, you do not need to do either of these. Insurance companies are not on your side, they obtain these statements to try and get you to say something inconsistent with the accidents. so they don't have to pay you. They want to obtain information regarding any prior accident or injuries to use against you. Please call our office before you speak with an insurance company.

I am hurt but I don't have insurance, can I obtain medical treatment?

Yes. We can suggest doctors who will work on a lien basis and are willing to wait until your case is complete to pay for your medical care. Whether you need a chiropractor, physical therapist, orthopedic, neurologist or any other specialist, we can help you.

I don't have any money, so how do I pay for your services?

Our firm takes personal injury cases on a contingency fee and that means we only get paid at the end of your case when it is settled. We also advance all costs necessary to prepare your case. If we don't recover for you, you pay no fees.

What happens if there is not enough money to pay all my expenses?

There are those times when we run into limited insurance policies. We attempt to maximize your recovery by negotiating medical bills and other reimbursements that may be sought by your own health insurance or governmental agencies, such as Medicare and Medical.

What if my case doesn't settle?

Sometimes it is necessary to file a lawsuit against the adverse party if we cannot reach an agreement on the value of your case. We will not refer your case out to another attorney, we have our own qualified litigation attorneys in our office to handle your case from start to finish.

DISCLAIMER. The information on this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should formally consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Please be advised, however, contacting us, submitting a case to us, and/or discussing your case with us does NOT create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.