If I were you, I would have the same question. We have all learned the hard way about “the fine print." You just want to read it and understand what it says.
The answer is simple. I have been helping injured people for a long time. I have seen thousands of collision reports. I have talked with hundreds of law enforcement officers about traffic investigations. I have worked with almost every insurance company doing business in the southeastern United States. I have done these things every day over many years.
I can look at a collision report and see things. I can see things that other people may not be able to see. Some of those things are helpful to your case and some of those things are not. Based upon what I see, I can determine in a minute or two if your claim has value. I will need medical reports and medical bills to give a specific opinion as to the value of your claim, but I can quickly determine whether your claim is worth pursuing.
A claim is worth pursuing if a person was injured because someone else made a mistake, if there was an injury and if there is some source of recovery. Not every claim is going to be worth $1 Million. Some claims are big. Some claims are small. We help people with injury claims whether they are big or small.
We have made a commitment to help injured people. That is what we are going to do. If you do the right things for the right reasons over time, you will be successful. That is our philosophy. It has served us well so far.
So, if we are unable to recover money for your claim, you do not have to pay us any money at all for our services. If we do recover money, we deduct a percentage of it as a fee, pay medical liens and give you the rest. That places an incentive on us to recover as much as is possible under the law. And remember, injured people recover 3 ½ times more when they are represented by a lawyer according to the 2004 Insurance Research Council Study.
If you have been in an accident, call us and ask a few questions before you hire a lawyer or sign a form.