You’ve Been Injured



  1. Get medical help. Call 911 for emergency medical help or proceed to your local hospital for non-emergency medical help. If you are in an auto accident and you are able, notify the police so a police report can be prepared to preserve details of the accident.

  2. If you or a family member or friend is able, record details of the accident scene, vehicles, and your injuries through notes, photos or recordings.

  3. Cooperate fully with the police, but be cautious about people other than police requesting statements, including the insurance company. They may not be looking out for your best interest. A STATEMENT CAN BE USED AGAINST YOU IN A LAWSUIT. If at all possible, seek advice from a lawyer before giving any third party a statement.

  4. Call us – we can help.  We come to you, at home or in the hospital. Our initial consultation is free. We will evaluate your case and help you get the outcome you deserve.

*The material in this website is for general informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice.  For advice specific to your own situation, contact a lawyer.