Tips For Hiring A Personal Injury Attorney

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How to hire a Personal Injury Attorney

First, you want your personal injury attorney to have experience not only in settling lawsuits but in trying lawsuits as well. Your lawyer should have experience in trying cases that involve personal injuries or death in a car or automobile, motorcycle, slip and fall or trucking accident. Second, you want your personal injury attorney to have a proven record of success When selecting your lawyer, look beyond just the phone book or even the Internet. You want a personal injury attorney who has handled accidents like yours and who has obtained sizeable jury verdicts and settlements. Examine the results the attorney has achieved in the past. While previous results are no guarantee of a similar result in your case, you want to know if that lawyer has tried million dollar lawsuits or settled million dollar lawsuits.

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Why Schnitzer law is the firm you should hire.

Schnitzer law has a proven track record of both settlements and verdicts of million dollar cases and everything in between. We personally handle the case and give it our full attention when we chose the case. We return phone calls right away and give our client's specialized attention that they deserve. We have the experience you need. Over 25 years of Personal Injury experience. We only represent injury victims never insurance companies. Injury cases is all we handle and all we have handled for over a quarter of a century. The Insurance companies know we mean business, shouldn't you?

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The Law Offices of Bret A. Schnitzer, P.C.

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Personal injury

If you suffer a personal injury as the result of the actions or negligence of another, you may seek financial compensation for physical or emotional damages.

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Personal injury lawsuits allow an injured person to seek compensation for the injury, either by court decision or through a settlement.

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