It costs nothing to speak to a lawyer. Our initial consultations are always free.
The insurance company keeps calling, what should I do?
You have no obligation to talk to the other driver’s insurance company. You do have an obligation to cooperate with your own insurance company. It can be confusing. We help our clients by taking over all communication with the insurance companies so you can focus on recovering.
The insurance company denied my claim, now what?
Insurance companies make profits by not paying for damages their insured’s cause. The less they pay you the more they keep. Call us to discuss your claim and let us help you determine if your claim has been wrongfully denied.
The insurance company says if I don't settle, they will close my file. Now what?
This is a common tactics to push people to make settlements before they know the full extent of their injuries. You have up until the statute of limitations to file a lawsuit to seek damages. You do not have to follow the insurance company’s timeline. Don’t let the insurance company tactics corner you into an unfair settlement. Call Us.
My accountant says she can set up my business entity. Is that okay?
Accountants are experts at taxes, which is only one reason for choosing the type of corporate entity for your business. LLC’s, S and C-Corporations all have advantages and disadvantages. Choosing the right entity or structure for your business should be done in consideration of all the facts regarding your business. We are experienced in helping people get their businesses off the ground, and will help you form a complete picture to choose the right corporate entity.
I have found a business to buy, now what?
Buying a business can be a very profitable venture or an absolute disaster. Due diligence is critical to making sure you are getting a good deal, and not getting taken. Unfortunately, there are many out there seeking to take advantage of naïve people looking to become an entrepreneur by buying a business. We have helped many people recover from bad or fraudulent business deals and as a result, know that it is better to detect a bad deal before putting your money into it. We can help you through the due diligence process so that the odds of success are greatly increased.
I WAS INJURED IN A COLLISION AND I DON’T HAVE INSURANCE. NOW WHAT?
If you were injured in a collision and you don’t have insurance, that doesn’t mean you can’t get the medical help that you need to recover. We can help you get the care you need, while getting it paid through your claim. Let us help you recover from your injuries. There is no need to suffer in silence.
MY BUSINESS PARTNER IS NOT PULLING THEIR WEIGHT. WHAT NOW?
Ending a business relationship can be like a divorce and business dissolution’s can become complicated and nasty. Often times, a business partner can leave a business only to be left holding the bag on back taxes, debts, and other liabilities. We work to protect your rights when you want to leave your business and move on with your life.
A LOVED ONE FELL IN A HOSPITAL AND INJURED. THE HOSPITAL IS BILLING ME FOR THEIR CARE. WHAT SHOULD I DO?
Patient falls in hospitals and healthcare facilities are usually the product of an unacceptable lapse in care. Too often, healthcare facilities fail to protect frail patients from the dangers of falls in their facilities. Fall victims are usually frail and can be seriously injured or even killed by the falls. To make matters worse, hospitals often charge patients for the care provided for the fall! We have experience in helping people recover from injuries that occurred in the hospital. Call us. We can help.
A LOVED ONE GOT A BED SORE WHILE IN A HEALTHCARE FACILITY. IS THERE ANYTHING I CAN DO?
Pressure sores occur when a patient is not properly padded, adjusted, and cared for. Pressure sores can cause debilitating and sometimes fatal injuries that can be devastating to the patient. Pressure sores are often caused by a breakdown in nursing care. They are by and large unacceptable. We have experience in helping people hold healthcare facilities to account for failures to provide proper care.