In the April article, I wrote about how much insurance...
I defended insurance companies and their drivers for 29 years. I know how the other side thinks and how to prepare my clients for success.
I have represented people in Small Claims Court, catastrophic spinal cord injury cases, wrongful death cases, and everything in between.
This may sound obvious, but it is not a given. Some attorneys will sacrifice results for speed. Not me. I will take your case to trial if that is what we need to do to get you fair compensation for your injuries.
Think about it: This is the number my family uses to reach me when I’m at the office. The other guy may have a catchy jingle and you may have his number memorized, but do you think the phone is ringing at his desk? Give me a call at mine: 702.405.3483
Do I have assistants and will you work with them as well? Yes. But I am always available for in-person or phone meetings – that is why I give you my personal phone number. Also, my team can also assist you both in English and Spanish.
Seriously. We don’t advertise at this firm and don’t rely on a steady stream of new clients. Rather, I provide personal, quality service so you – and your friends and family – come to me for life. I can’t expect that to happen if I don’t give you the finest service possible.
We personally meet – I don’t have you meet with an assistant – to discuss your accident and the best way to help you to recover – physically and financially. We develop a game plan that fits your situation.
You’ve been injured and the first priority is getting you healthy. No health insurance? That’s OK, I can get you connected with an appropriate provider so you can get appropriate treatment
We gather the documents that support your case and I personally draft a custom demand letter outlining your case. I then aggressively negotiate on your behalf to get you the best possible settlement. I know the arguments the insurance company is going to make and I am ready.
Sometimes the insurance company just doesn’t make a reasonable offer. That’s OK. I am not in a rush to get you out the door. If we can’t get a reasonable offer, I file a lawsuit in the appropriate court and have the judge or jury tell the insurance company the amount you really deserve.