Q. What do I do with all the bills that come in after the accident?
A. Talk with your lawyer about the bills. In my office, we call doctors and ask that payment of the bills be postponed until after your case has been resolved. Many doctors will agree to this. Don’t let the bills... Continue Reading »
Q. If I hire a lawyer but do not want to go to court, can I settle?
A. Yes, the final decision to settle is yours alone. In my office, I will be the person with whom the insurance companies deal and to whom they make an offer on your claim, but a final decision for settlement... Continue Reading »
Q. How long does it take to conclude my case?
A. An experienced lawyer will be able to give you a general guideline as to how long the case may take to resolve. Generally speaking, the more complex the case, the longer it takes. Sometimes a relatively simple case can... Continue Reading »
Q. What kind of benefits will I receive?
A. You are entitled to receive replacement income, medical expenses and vocational rehabilitation benefits, if appropriate. The rehabilitation benefits can include on the job training, schooling, or job placement assistance. Disability compensation is typically paid at a rate of two-thirds... Continue Reading »
Paul and Andy’s first conversation focused on a California case involving a man who raped a woman, in her bedroom, when she was asleep… listen to learn why he wasn’t convicted. Next, Andy was familiar with the next discussion about…
A trial lawyer must persuade. Here are some of the principles of the learned art. An attorney’s “job” in a courtroom is to win. Accomplishing that involves more than presenting the “true” evidence and sitting down. Presenting a client’s case…