Car Accidents

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Our attorneys have represented clients in thousands of motor vehicle accidents. These accidents have involved hit and run drivers, drunk drivers, uninsured/underinsured drivers, car versus pedestrians, and car versus bicycles. We have represented clients struck by SUVs, motorcycles, and 18-wheel trucks.

Hurt in a Car Wreck? We Can Help.

Our attorneys have represented clients in thousands of motor vehicle accidents. These accidents have involved hit and run drivers, drunk drivers, uninsured/underinsured drivers, car versus pedestrians, and car versus bicycles. We have represented clients struck by SUVs, motorcycles, and 18-wheel trucks.

We understand that after a car crash you are concerned about medical treatment, having medical bills paid, and recovering lost wages.

Many insurance companies often have scripts and playbooks designed to delay, deny, and undervalue damages.

Insurance companies want you to give them blanket authorizations allowing them to inspect all your medical records. Under the law they are only entitled to medical records relating to the injuries you got in the car accident. Nonetheless, insurance companies continually violate the privacy and medical privilege of people who don’t have attorneys to protect them by demanding unlimited access to their medical records.

They tell you they will pay your medical bills once your medical treatment is complete. Meanwhile insurance companies do “paper reviews” of your medical records and deny charges that your family doctor considers routine.

Standing up to an insurance company requires a law firm that knows all the traps they will try to set for you.

Insurance companies decide case settlement amounts based in part on who they think they will be fighting. Insurance companies usually offer to settle cases brought by individuals not represented by an attorney and then offer paltry amounts after protracted delays. They deliberately try to wear down unrepresented individuals making valid damage claims. Countless clients have come to us after they have been mistreated by insurance companies.

Not only do insurance companies give low-ball offers to individuals who are not represented by attorneys, they also make offers based upon the track record of the attorney that you hire. Some attorneys are known as “settlement attorneys” – the insurance companies know these attorneys don’t take cases to trial and will bluff and fold when the insurance company tells them they’ve made their top offer. Because these “settlement attorneys” base their law practice on not going to trial, they recommend to their clients that they accept these offers.

Our office does not shy away from trying cases when they cannot be fairly resolved. Insurance companies know that we take cases to trial. Over the years, we even have had insurance adjusters who have themselves been hurt in accidents ask our firm to represent them.