When you or a loved one are injured, getting well and recovering is the first priority.
Next, though, is being adequately compensated for your injuries or those of a loved one. It is very easy to call the number on the billboard next to the car accident. Why do you think the number is big, bold, and on the billboard? In fact, if you drive down the street or on the highway, you’ll likely notice that more than half of all billboards are injury attorneys.
However, calling the number on the billboard can be a huge mistake as you just become a number in their system. These are mass injury lawyers that take as many cases as they possibly can. They don’t know their clients at all. Clients are strangers that get them paid. Don’t be one of those clients.
If you or a loved one or injured, contact Lefkoff Law for our Injury Referral Attorney Network. We know the good lawyers. We regularly work with the good lawyers and we see the good work that they do.
If you or a loved one are injured, don’t call the first number you find. Call the Lefkoff Law Injury Referral Network hotline and be referred to a lawyer that we know will do a great job for you and will take care of you.
Use a lawyer you trust to find a trustworthy lawyer. Call Lefkoff Law today.
Whether your injury or your family member or friend’s injury is catastrophic or not, you want to use an attorney that’s going to do the best job for you. Different injury attorneys have different specialties. Some regularly handle the “smaller cases” such as concussions and soft tissue injuries.
Others handle the catastrophic injuries and trucking cases. Calling the number on the billboard doesn’t help you determine if you’re calling the best lawyer for your case and every case is different. So call Lefkoff Law so that we can analyze your case and get you to the attorney that’s best suited to handle your specific injury. Every attorney handles their cases differently and it is critical that you get to the one that will take care of you, take care of your case, and maximize your recovery. And that is different in every case.