Personal Injuries

Obtaining Fair and Just Compensation for People Who Have Suffered Serious Injuries

If you or a loved one became injured because of negligence — whether it is another driver, a building owner, a medical professional or some other wrongdoer — the law allows you to seek money damages. The sooner you take action to protect your rights, the more likely it is that we can preserve necessary evidence, interview essential witnesses, and otherwise begin to prepare the case.

When you have questions, we can offer legal advice based on decades of experience. Please contact Mr. Phillips to schedule a free consultation.

Proving Your Injury Case

Regardless how you were injured — whether in a motor vehicle accident, in a fall on a in a residential or commerical property, by using a defective product, or due to the injury from the services of a doctor or a hospityal — the job of your personal injury attorney is four-fold:

          1. To investigate how the injury occurred, who was at fault, and whether there is a legal theory of liability to pursue

          2. To determine what insurance coverage (or other assets) might be available to pay you

          3. To document and prove the extent of your injuries and the effect that those injuries have on your life, and

          4. To document and prove your financial losses and medical expenses, as well as the expenses you will likely have in the future.

By carefully gathering the information needed to prove your case, we work to see that you are fairly compensated for your loss. Because we regularly work with experienced investigators, accident reconstruction professionals and board certified medical consultants, this allow us to tackle some of the most challenging serious injury cases.

To speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer regarding your first step in getting fair compensation, call Mr. Phillips for a consultation and to answers your questions. 

February 5, 2010