Since we began defending accident victims in 1996, our team of experienced attorneys has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in jury verdicts and insurance settlements. Success speaks for itself. We are confident in our ability to defend the legal rights of accident victims in court with the aggressive and effective legal representation they need to have the upper hand in court. Facing an injury of any kind is never easy, but getting hurt in an avoidable accident because someone else was reckless or negligent is frustrating. At the firm, we believe that careless people should be held responsible for their actions. If you have been hurt in any kind of accident and you believe that someone else is at fault, talk to an attorney to see what we can do for your case. 

We understand that you have more to do than deal with a personal injury claim. That’s why we’re available to make case evaluations in your home or at the hospital – whatever works best for you. If you are busy during the day, our lawyers are available for evening consultations as well. If you’ve been hurt and don’t know what to do next, talking to an attorney will inform you of your legal rights. The soon you fill out a case evaluation form, the fast we can get started putting together and effective strategy for your case. With more than 100 years of combine legal experience, we are ready and willing to help you get the favorable case outcome you want.


Many personal injury cases involve automobile accidents. Every year, thousands of car accidents are caused by distracted drivers. The term “distracted driver” can refer to any activity that takes you attention away from the road while you are operating a motor vehicle. Distractions may include: 

  • Texting 
  • Answering phone calls 
  • Looking at a map 
  • Using a GPS device 
  • Eating 
  • Applying makeup 
  • Adjusting the radio 

Driving a car requires your full attention, the use of your hands, and the use of your eyes. Although none of these activities are innately wrong in and of themselves, they impair one or more of the necessary abilities you need to properly drive a car. Filing a personal injury claim may be your best option if you have been hurt in an automobile accident because another driver was distracted. 

Patients should be able to trust the help offered to them by medical professionals. When a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, or other medical professional is careless or negligent, the results could easily be catastrophic or deadly. Medical malpractice suits can be filed under a variety of situations. For instance, if a pharmacist fills a prescription incorrectly, a doctor makes a carless mistake during an operation, or a nurse gives a patient the wrong medication because they were distracted, a medical malpractice suit may be appropriate. 

You may not reality it, but personal injury cases can be developed from many different types of accidents – not just medical mistakes and car wrecks. For instance, you may file a personal injury claim if you are bit by a dog because its owner failed to warn you that it was dangerous. Similarly, if you are hurt on someone else property because the owner failed to warn you about a hazard, you may be entitled to money. If you are thinking about filing a personal injury claim but aren’t sure if you have a case, talk to an attorney from our firm and we can help you understand your legal rights.