Can I talk to you about my case for free?
Yes. Tom is happy to talk with people about their case,
without charging a fee for the consultation. Even if it is a
case that Tom is not able to take, Tom can often make
suggestions about what the caller can do, or refer them to
other legal resources that may be able to provide assistance
Do I have to pay an attorney fee if I lose?
No money is collected unless we win.
How long will my case take?
Tom focuses on efficiently pursuing
cases with the ultimate goal of providing clients with the
maximum compensation they deserve. The time frame depends on
the nature of each individual case.
What should I do if a lawyer who I did not contact
approaches me or sends me unsolicited written information?
Short answer: donít hire any lawyer
that you donít know or have not researched. The decision
regarding who to trust with your case is one you should make
carefully and only after conducting thorough research on who
is best suited to help you. You should hire a highly
experienced, well-respected personal injury trial attorney.
Tom only handles cases for personal injury victims.
What should I do if Iím involved in an accident and someone
from the insurance company contacts me?
You have no legal obligation to speak
to any insurance company without first hiring an attorney to
represent your legal interests. If you are contacted by an
insurance representative after an accident, you should
respectfully decline to speak with them about the facts of
your accident, because if you do so, anything you tell them
can be used against you later in a potential law suit. The
best approach would be to conduct thorough research into a
highly experienced, ethical trial lawyer who is best suited
to help you. Tom would be honored to represent you, contact
the insurance representative and handle the matter for you.
If Tom is not licensed in my state, can he still handle my
Absolutely. Tom can handle your case
from beginning to end. In some circumstances, he may hire
"local counsel" in your state to assist us in making sure we
comply with your state's State Bar rules and regulations. If
we need to take that path, you will not pay any extra
attorney fee than you would if you hired an attorney from
your state. We would pay her/him out of our state regulated