Accidents can be life altering. When you’re in an accident, your whole life is disrupted and you’re not sure what to do or who to talk to. Many questions go through your mind such as:
– What doctor do I see?
– Who pays for my medical treatment?
– What if I can’t work?
– The insurance company wants to interview me, should I let them?
The most important thing for most victims of accidents is getting their life back to the way it was before the accident. You’re concerned about your injuries, getting medical treatment, losing time from work, and what the future holds for you.
When you’re in an accident, the person who caused the accident is responsible for paying for your damages and injuries. Most drivers in car accidents have insurance to cover claims against them. The insurance companies that are responsible for paying these claims are not on your side, and their primary concern is not to be fair to you or to make sure that you get the treatment that you need to get back to your pre-accident condition. The insurance companies’ goal is to close the case and pay as little as possible. These insurance companies are in business to make profits, and one way they make money is to pay you as little as they can.
I believe in taking the time with my clients to answer all of their questions, and do as much as possible to guide them through the maze from injury to the conclusion of their case.
After you have an accident, what you do will affect your case. Just as important, what you don’t do will affect your case as well. Many times, you will not have an opportunity to undo what you have done or to do what you should have done originally. That is why it is very important to hire an attorney who is knowledgeable about injury cases.
I handle cases involving car accidents, dog bites, slip and falls, and assaults.
We handle personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis – this means we only get paid if we win the case for you. You can speak with Attorney Rosenthal at no cost and there is no obligation. Attorney Rosenthal can meet you after normal business hours, on weekends, or he can come to you.