From the get-go, our team of professionals at Jacoby & Meyers provide our clients with the information and medical guidance necessary to promote and achieve recovery from injuries that were sustained in a personal injury accident which was caused by another's negligence. Our first goal is to help our clients recover from their injuries. We achieve this by assisting in finding doctors and providers that are best suited and accessible to our clients, to provide medical treatment on their path to healing. After this step is completed, our team of attorneys review and prepare all medical documentation to be included in your claim against a defendant or his or her insurance company. The handling attorney works to manage, maintain and do all the necessary legal work for your case to be successful. Your handling attorney will be in contact with you to inform you of all new developments as your claim is being pursued.
As personal injury litigators, we strive to obtain fair compensation for our clients and go above and beyond their expectations. Such recoveries often times include loss of earning or wages, compensation for medical treatments both past and future, loss of consortium and other financial expenses or costs incurred as a result of an accident or personal injury incident. During our handling of your legal case, we strive to ensure your medical expenses are repaid from your total settlement so you owe nothing at your case's closure.
Personal injury is a field of law that consists of accidents and incidents caused primarily by a defendant's negligence. This would include a slip and fall accident, an owner of a dangerous dog who bites a victim and causes injury, a construction property where an area is unsecure or unsafe for a worker (for example an open skylight), defective medical devices and much more. Car accidents, pedestrian accidents, drunk driving or driving under the influence are all under the niche of personal injury accidents as well.
Our clients often face severe life-altering injuries including burn injuries, orthopedic injuries, brain injuries and catastrophic injuries including paralyzation. Unfortunately, some of our clients may need surgery in connection with a laceration injury, broken bone or amputation to recover from an injury or accident.