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Injury Cases 

We can help you with a full range of injury cases from dog bites to car accidents to nursing home abuse and other medical malpractice. If you feel that you have been injured as a result of someone else's wrongdoing, call or contact us through this website immediately to discuss your case with a qualified personal injury attorney.

Auto Accidents

Car and Truck Accident Lawyers

If you have been injured in a car or trucking accident, the first phone call should be to the police. An accurate report of what happened during the accident is the most important part of a successful recovery. You should also immediately seek medical attention for any injuries you have sustained. Oftentimes in an emergency room environment, pain that is not immediately life-threatening is overlooked. However, that does not mean that you may still be seriously injured that will require medical correction in the future. Try to accurately describe everything you are feeling to the physicians and, if you are still not feeling quite right after you leave, follow up with your general practitioner to assess any conditions that emergency room personnel may have missed. Do not give any statements to insurance adjusters. Hire an attorney to take care of this part of your case. In almost every case, you will not know all of the information about what happened, especially early-on. Making additional statements without getting a chance to see what the police actually wrote in the report, and what the other driver(s) and/or witnesses said to the officers at the scene is almost always a bad idea. Visit our Legal Blog for more information about Automobile and Trucking Accident Cases. 


Workers' Compensation Cases--Workplace Accidents and Injuries

Work injury lawyers, workers compensation cases

If you are injured while working for your employer, you will in most cases be entitled to a number of different benefits. You will be entitled to have your medical care and rehabilitative costs paid for, and receive compensation for time off work. Employers are usually very good about providing these benefits to you once you have reported the injury and they determine that it a compensable injury. However, there are other benefits that you will be entitled to in the case of a compensable injury that they usually will not offer to you without taking some additional action of your own. These benefits are known as Temporary Partial Disability, Temporary Total Disability, Permanent Partial Disability, Permanent Total Disability, and Death Benefits. A workers compensation lawyer can be of great benefit to you by ensuring that your receive any of these benefits to which you may be entitled. In addition, a workers compensation attorney will be able to help you get the medical care you need. Employers have the choice of which medical provider to send you to for treatment (the "company doctor"). Unfortunately, the doctors hired by the employers do not always agree that certain injuries were caused by the work-related accident or that as much disability has resulted from the work accident. A workers compensation lawyer will be able to help you get a second opinion and challenge the findings of the "company doctor" and this will help to ensure that you recover everything you deserve. 


Slip or Trip and Fall Cases--Premises Liability

Premises Liability Trip Slip Fall Cases

If you have fallen and suffered an injury, there are many situations in which you may be able to recover from the property owner or its insurance company for your injuries sustained as result of the dangerous condition of the property. A property owner has a duty to maintain the property in manner so as not to create an unreasonable risk of harm to others. This includes taking reasonable measures to remove or adequately warn of slipping and tripping hazards. 

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