“I was looking for a lawyer who could help me with my age discrimination case, but they were able to find one that would work with me and get the results I needed.”
Representing employees in employment cases is harder than hitting a mini golf ball into the right place of a cute Christmas hole. Since 1993 we have represented employees without up front fees or costs and we're still here. And our clients have done well.
“However, he still spent an hour on the phone with me, taught me all about my different options (minus the Colorado stuff of course), and gave me very helpful advice which ended up saving me thousands of dollars.”
“I had gotten into an accident on the road when someone crashed into my car and didn't know how to continue moving forward with what had happened, fortunately a cousin of mine recommended I contact schurmer and wood for help, “joey” the person in char...”
“After I was referred to Shield Law Group and called them, John and his team were there with me through each stage, even calling just to check in on how I'm feeling.”
What Exactly is a Personal Injury Case?
A Personal Injury case involves injuries that are caused by the negligence of another person or entity. This includes car accidents, slip and fall injuries, dog bites, and anything else where you're injured but its not your fault. If someone else caused your injuries because they were careless or negligent, you may be entitled to compensation. Our office can help get you paid for your injuries, to cover your medical bills, compensate you for your pain and suffering, any property damage, and repairs to your car.
How are Attorney Fees Paid in Personal Injury Cases?
We work on a 100% Contingency basis. This means that there are no upfront costs or attorney fees to get us hired. We get paid ONLY if you get paid. If we don't settle your case, then you are not responsible for any attorney fees. That's why we're in this together.
How do Doctors, Treatment Centers, and Other Vendors Get Paid?
Our office works with the best doctors, specialists, treatment centers, physical therapists and other vendors that can treat your injuries. Because we have that working relationship, these vendors will get paid only if there's a settlement as well. You will not be responsible for any medical bills if there is not a settlement.
What is a Bankruptcy, and Why Should I File for Bankruptcy?
A Bankruptcy is one of the best ways to completely eliminate and wipe out your debt. Once that debt is gone, you will get a fresh start and be able to rebuild and re-establish your credit. This will lead to a brighter financial future with opportunities that weren't available prior to the bankruptcy.
What Are the Laws That Protect Me Against Too Many Calls?
Our government, specifically the FCC. enforces laws on creditors are bound by. The two main laws that govern the restrictions on excessive phone calls are the Fair Debt Collections Act (FDCPA) and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Our office can help find out if any of these laws have been violated, and thus entitling you to compensation for those violations.
Get the answers to more questions on the FAQ page on our website.
Frequently Asked Questions, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury Claims
“His experience proved helpful to us in not only handling the case but helping us ensure I was getting the best rehabilitation, care, surgical care, and he prepared my wife and I for the process of the law suit.”
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