Before you get in touch, here’s a sense of how we work, and how we get paid . . .
New cases come to us through public insurance adjusters, referrals from lawyers working in other areas, from business associates and friends and family. No matter what the problem, we are happy to sit down to hear your story. We can’t promise we’ll conclude there’s a case, but if there is one, we are the dogs with the right kind of fight.
After we sign you up, we quickly start to figure out how to tell your story in a way that a jury can understand and appreciate. Then come the nuts and bolts—the discovery (where we obtain the documents and testimony from our opponent’s witnesses), the litigation (where we craft the case for trial), and trial. Often this process is slow, and arduous, and really frustrating. But honestly, we love it—crafting the story, doing battle for our clients, delivering results. We love watching people whose lives have been upended due to insurance company bad behavior or an accident find a measure of justice.
Not everyone has the resources to hire experienced counsel. We work with our clients to find the best way to finance their cases.
Many plaintiffs hire us on a contingency basis, which means we front expenses and work for free until the case settles or we go to trial. If we win, everyone gets paid. If we lose. We get nothing.
We work on an hourly basis with clients for whom such an arrangement makes sense. But our operation is lean and efficient, so we can accomplish great things at a reasonable cost.
We’ll meet with you regularly and keep you closely posted on developments in the case. If we lose at trial—and yes, sometimes we lose—we’re equipped to take on complex appeals and to do so at a reasonable cost.
We do what we do because we love relentlessly pursuing justice on behalf of those who have been wronged. We earn a living. But if we were in it for the money, we’d be representing insurers, not suing them.