How Can You Find The Best Personal Injury Attorney?
Many people search for the “best Orlando personal injury attorney.” So I thought I would share my thoughts on how you might go about finding ...Continue Reading →
If you were injured by another person in a car accident, you are entitled to money, if they have enough insurance coverage. Question is: how much? Right after an accident, the answer is usually unknown. However, you can increase the value of your case, after the accident. That probably surprises you. But it’s completely true. Here’s how.
I just have to gripe for a second.
A few minutes ago, I spoke with one of my clients. When he and I first talked, I told him very clearly that he had to continue medical treatment for the duration of his personal injury case. I do this with all of my clients. During initial consultations, I repeat myself, over and over, making the point that my clients must continue treatment, or they will ...Continue Reading →
As an Orlando personal injury and auto accident attorney, I believe it is very important that new clients have proper expectations about the range of possible outcomes in their cases. Unfortunately, billboards touting high dollar value verdicts have done nothing to help consumers understand what really happens, and what they should fairly expect, following an auto or other accident involving insurance coverage or a corporate defendant.
As a Florida personal injury attorney, one of the most frustrating parts of my job, in addition to the fact that no amount of money will take away my clients’ pain, is that communicating the extent of their pain and suffering is challenging, either during mediation or trial.
As an Orlando personal injury attorney, the biggest question most of my clients want to know is how they obtain the highest possible personal injury settlement or verdict. Actions you take, or fail to take, can have a tremendous impact on your ultimate financial recovery after an accident or injury.
The first thing you should realize is that you do not want a high personal injury recovery bContinue Reading →
I have wracked my brain thinking about my blog post today. So I hope you will really listen.
First, I’d like to clarify that attorneys are ethically bound to be honest. And I take that obligation very seriously. Besides, I cannot stand sales pitches, so instinctively have only ever given any of my clients or potential clients truthful, well-intended advice. In other words, you really should believe me when I tell you: