After an accident, your biggest concern is how you receive the best medical treatment for your injuries.

Paul’s background in medicine is extensive.

Paul’s connections to physicians at every level of medical care is extensive as well.

Most people don’t have health insurance.

Without health insurance, many doctors will refuse to treat you.

Paul can recommend physicians close to your home or work that will treat you for your accident-caused injuries.

If your medical needs require an immediate specialist, Paul can also recommend physicians in various specialties.

Your vehicle is very important to you. It helps you get to work.

It picks your kids up from school. Your vehicle is a necessity.

After an accident, your vehicle needs to be fixed as quickly as possible — or you need to receive payment as quickly as possible if your vehicle is a total loss.

Paul provides assistance in this area to ensure a quick and timely resolution to get you back on the road.

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Question & Answer

  • How do I get medical care?

    After an accident, your biggest concern is how you receive the best medical treatment for your injuries. Paul’s background in medicine is extensive.

    Paul’s connections to physicians at every level of medical care is extensive as well. Most people don’t have health insurance. Without health insurance, many doctors will refuse to treat you. Paul can recommend physicians close to your home or work that will treat you for your accident-caused injuries. If your medical needs require an immediate specialist, Paul can also recommend physicians in various specialties.

  • How do I get my vehicle fixed?

    Your vehicle is very important to you. It helps you get to work. It picks your kids up from school. Your vehicle is a necessity. After an accident, your vehicle needs to be fixed as quickly as possible — or you need to receive payment as quickly as possible if your vehicle is a total loss. Paul provides assistance in this area to ensure a quick and timely resolution to get you back on the road.

  • How do I pay for my case?

    You pay nothing up front. If there are costs to be paid during the course of the case, Paul will pay those costs. You pay nothing until the end of the case.

  • How does Paul get paid?

    Paul charges the same fee that virtually every other injury lawyer in the United States charges — 33% of the settlement amount if there is no lawsuit filed; 40% of the settlement amount if a lawsuit is filed. Paul does not get paid until the end of the case.

  • It’s always free to meet with Paul.

    It is always free to meet Paul about your case. Some injury lawyers advertise that you should choose their law office because “consultations are free.” In truth, all injury lawyers provide free consultations. It is standard in our industry.

  • Why should I hire a lawyer?

    You do yourself a favor by hiring a lawyer. There are plenty of pitfalls that can happen during a case. Some of those pitfalls can be fatal. For instance, you only have so long to settle or file a lawsuit in an injury case. If you wait too long to do so, your claim disappears like it never happened. There is no way for a lawyer to fix that mishap. Also, if you do not have health insurance, most doctors won’t treat you for accident-caused injuries. They will if they know you have a lawyer. The insurance companies will often create liability issues and pay you less for your vehicle damage after an accident. They rarely try to do this if you have a lawyer. Lastly, your settlement on your case will likely be substantially higher with a lawyer. A lawyer is usually in the best position to tell you whether the settlement amount is reasonable.

  • How much is my case worth?

    This is always dependent on facts. Case value depends on how hurt you are, how much medical treatment you need for your accident-injuries (now and in the future if necessary), and how much money is available to pay you for your injuries. It is impossible to know how extensive your medical treatment will be at the beginning of your case. If a lawyer tells you he can predict your case value on the first day, he is not being honest with you.

  • How long will my case take?

    This is always dependent on facts:

    A case with limited injuries typically lasts four to six months.A case with more serious injuries could last several months, and even several years. Numerous factors determine the length of a case:

    1) The insurance company, and the amount of the insurance coverage involved in the case.

    2) How hurt you are.

    3) The number of people involved in the accident.

    4) Whether a lawsuit is required for you to receive reasonable settlement for your injuries.

  • What if I dont want to go to court?

    Most people are nervous about going to court. The good news is that most cases don’t end up in court. The majority of cases settle in the claims stage where lawyers deal directly with the insurance company. A small percentage of cases require a lawsuit. A very small percentage of cases end up in an actual trial. The best way to avoid court is to hire a lawyer who takes cases to court. That may sound backwards — but it’s not.

    The reality is that insurance companies know the lawyers that take cases to trial. They also know the lawyers that get the best results at trial. Because of this, insurance companies typically try to settle cases with good trial lawyers without going to trial — and they typically settle those cases for more money. The reverse is also true. If the insurance company knows a lawyer shies away from the court room, they offer less money. A good rule of thumb before picking a lawyer is to ask about the lawyer’s track record in trial. This could make all the difference in whether your case winds up in court.