August 8th, 2016|
Our country was founded on the principle that every citizen has certain rights, and as personal injury lawyers, our job is to protect those rights for our clients. We do that by providing legal expertise that only comes from 85 years of experience, as well as extending exceptional customer service to every person that walks through our doors. The most essential right that we defend for our clients is their right to compensation after a serious accident. We believe that compensation should cover medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.
So how do we help maximize injury claims for our clients? It can all be boiled down to 3 steps we take with every case we handle.
Investigation—At Nurenberg Paris, our investigations go far beyond simply reviewing the accident report. Our goal is to build the strongest case for our clients in order to maximize their claims. This requires an extensive investigative process, including examining the accident scene, interviewing witnesses, consulting with medical experts concerning your injuries, and more.
Standing up to the Insurance Company—Over the years, we’ve dealt with pretty much every large insurance company in the industry. Through those interactions, we’ve built a reputation for standing up for what’s right and refusing to back down. That’s not stubbornness. It’s resilience. We know in order to get our clients what they deserve, the insurance company has to respect us, and that’s something we demand right from the start.
Refusing to settle cheap—We know how much this accident is going to cost you, and nothing less than that amount is good enough as far as we’re concerned. If the insurance company won’t live up to their responsibility and pay a fair settlement, we’ll take them to court. Settling cheap is always a loss in our opinion, which is why we’ll always fight to get you maximum compensation for your claim.
If you’ve been injured, call our experienced Ohio car accident attorneys today for a free consultation. Let us put our experience to work for you.