Areas of Practice

Vehicular Accidents

Accidents on the road can be traumatic experiences. If you’ve been in a vehicular accident where you weren’t at fault, you may be in a position where you must communicate with the other driver’s insurance company in order to cover the expenses that you now have. Insurance companies will want you to sign a release before agreeing to pay for any additional injuries or damage that go beyond your coverage.

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Personal Injuries

If a loved one was injured or killed due to the negligence of another, you can see to it that the responsible person, company or government entity meet its legal obligations to help you get through tough times by fairly covering your expenses.

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Medical Malpractice

If a healthcare provider doesn’t provide standard care or fails to act upon common training, they could be liable for injuries caused as a result of a medical accident. Because healthcare is complicated, it takes an attorney who understands medical paperwork and procedures and knows what type of experts to consult in order to successfully challenge a doctor or medical facility for injuries they may have caused.

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Slip and Fall Injuries

Falls are the leading cause of injury reported at hospitals around the country, accounting for 21 percent of visits to emergency rooms, according to the National Floor Safety Institute. Of the falls that required hospital visits, 12 percent were the results of slips.

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Other Injuries

Most workers injured on the job assume their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance will cover all of their expenses, but this is not always the case. Temporary or permanent disability costs can exceed your workers’ compensation and if the accident was a result of your employer’s egregious actions, a product defect, a toxic substance or a third-party, you may have a right to recover those expenses.

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