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Types Of Injuries

Handling A Wide Variety Of Personal Injury Claims

Suffering a serious injury can leave a person in a truly difficult and traumatic situation. Medical bills may be piling up and the individual may be unable to return to work for an extended period of time. Serious injuries and their aftermath leave people uncertain about their futures medically and often financially, and in need of skillful and compassionate counsel. In such stressful situations where you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, it is important to contact a lawyer early on to preserve your legal rights.

If you have been seriously injured in an accident, you need to take steps to protect yourself and to ensure that you are appropriately compensated for what you have had to go through. The person who caused your injuries should be held accountable for what you have suffered.

Securing the representation of a skilled and experienced personal injury attorney right away will ease your mind and secure your legal rights. For example, photographs of the damage to your vehicle and your injuries, as well as investigating and taking of witness statements, are often crucial to building your case. At Brown Paindiris & Scott, we have the resources to expeditiously engage in such conduct on your behalf.

The Kinds Of Personal Injuries We Represent

Our firm offers its extensive experience and broad-based personal injury representation to those who have suffered a serious injury, including:

Decades Of Experience Helping People Recover The Compensation They Deserve

At Brown Paindiris & Scott, our attorneys have been providing experienced personal injury representation since 1977. All of our attorneys bring extensive experience that allows us to truly help those who have been seriously injured. We know what is at stake for our clients, and we are dedicated to helping them secure the compensation they need to be able to recover from their injuries.

We are AV* Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell’s peer-review rating system, the highest available rating.