Spinal Cord Injuries
Most of the time, serious personal injuries implicate and involve different areas of the spinal cord. With our vast experience in handling personal injury cases from the inception of injury through jury verdict, we have obviously gained a wealth of knowledge about the human body, the spinal cord, nerves, vertebral disks, the spinal cord itself, and all aspects of it. It is crucial that your attorney be able to explain some of the finer points of human anatomy in a way that a jury can understand it and actually feel it. This is part of the art in what we do.
It would obviously take volumes of information to adequately explain appropriate details of neck and back injuries involving the spinal cord, and if you even suspect that you have suffered from such an injury, you simply must contact us immediately so we can further advise you on these issues.
Remember, you only have one chance to obtain a maximum recovery in your case. Cases can only be resolved in one of two ways: 1) settlement or 2) trial. Ironically, the only way to maximize the recovery in any case in terms of settlement value is to be ready and pose a significant credible risk at a trial. Therefore, you simply must be represented by a lawyer that has a trial record that will be well-known, well-respected, and pose a significant risk to an insurance company. That is why you must call us and become acquainted with our trial record. You can bet the insurance companies know it! That is why we get the phenomenal results that we do for our clients, whether it be in settlements or jury trials.
Also, speaking of lawyers, you must be very careful about the size of the law firm you choose to represent you, and whether they are “TV lawyers” or not. The reason is quite simple. Very often large firms brag about the accomplishments of the senior members, but that is not who represents you. Your case gets assigned to a junior associate who has participated in none of those accomplishments. With us, your case gets tried by me!
Further, the “TV lawyers” can be even more dangerous. The reason is simple. Money. To advertise on television regularly is incredibly expensive, and puts a great deal of pressure on these types of firms to continually feed that constant great expense. Therefore, it can be become in the firm’s best interest to settle a case, but not necessarily yours! In fact, many clients end up having their cases short-sold, and never know it because they have been misled or misinformed by the law firm, which is in desperate need for the fees generated from that case to pay its TV bills. We do not advertise on television, radio or any media other than social media.
Therefore, if you have been seriously injured, call me personally on my cell phone at (904) 607-8888 or at the office at (904) 475-9400 right now! Every day matters! If you have been seriously injured and are not yet represented, your case can be substantially compromised. Do not wait!