From the firm’s beginning, Graham & Graham has set out to help individuals who have been injured, through no fault of their own, by a variety of unfortunate circumstances, such as automobile accidents, truck accidents, slips and falls, dog bites, dangerous and defective consumer products, and negligent medical professional actions. We help injured individuals and their families with every type of injury claim from broken bones, complex and catastrophic injuries—including traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and chronic pain & suffering—to wrongful death.
We believe an injured person’s first obligation is to get well again. We want to do our part in helping you accomplish your healing by dealing with the secondary obligations that will accompany your injury. For sure, soon after the accident, an insurance company will contact you; likely multiple insurance companies will contact you. Once an insurance company is involved, you will be asked to complete insurance documents, answer questions regarding the accident and negotiate a settlement of your claim. To ensure that everything goes smoothly, it is important that we are involved from the beginning to provide comprehensive assistance throughout the process and make sure you receive all that you need.
Our personal injury attorneys have the experience and commitment to handle your case in both the state and federal courts and are skilled in mediation and negotiation. As part of our services, we work with a network of experienced and highly qualified experts in the fields of medicine, accident reconstruction, forensics, and human factors, so that your case receives the attention to detail that it requires.
If you or a family member are injured, please allow our team of personal injury attorneys to assist you through the complex process of preparing your claim for your insurer or in preparing your case for trial.
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