Frier & Levitt has extensive experience handling all types of personal injury cases. A personal injury case involves a claim that another person’s wrongdoing has resulted in physical, emotional, financial or property damage. Personal injury claims arise from automobile accidents, defective products, improperly maintained sidewalks and roads, and other dangerous conditions.
Our Personal Injury Philosophy
Frier & Levitt approaches personal injury matters in a unique way that mutually benefits our clients and the firm. Many personal injury law firms are "mills" designed to take in hundreds (even thousands) of cases regardless of the severity of injury or the likelihood that a jury will find the defendants responsible. Firms taking that approach aim to settle hundreds of small matters and cannot realistically achieve "full value" for the client’s injuries.
At Frier & Levitt, we are selective about the matters we handle, and we will not advise our clients to "settle" unless the defendants offer an amount of money that meets our criteria for a great result. In other words, we don’t sell our clients short to make a quick buck. If you believe you have sustained a personal injury due in part to the fault or negligence of another, it is important to act immediately in order to preserve evidence and avoid potentially waiving your claims. Even if you are not certain that you want to initiate litigation, we recommend that you contact an attorney in order to learn about and preserve your rights.
We handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you don’t pay any attorney fees unless we obtain a result in your favor.