Many clients tell us that they would not have met with a lawyer if the insurance company had not made them feel like it was their fault. After a truck wreck, car wreck, trip and fall, or other personal injury, most people focus on “stopping the bleeding” — literally and figuratively. They want to get better, get back to work, and get moving again. It is extremely frustrating to them to have to deal with insurance adjusters who treat them like they are the problem, like it’s their fault, or worse … won’t even call them back!
We know how stressful it can be after a wreck or other serious injury. The lawyers at the Law Offices of Jeffrey A. Garrety can help you “stop the bleeding” and get back on your feet. You focus on getting better while we deal with insurance adjusters. We also work to quickly begin investigating your case and securing evidence that can get lost or deleted.
We Know Digital Evidence
In today’s digital world, it is important to understand all the various sources of digital evidence. It’s not just about cameras, although those can be very important sources of evidence. Your phone may have information on when you left the house. Your activity tracker may show how your body was doing immediately after the wreck. As one news article noted, some cars now have the ability to send crash data directly to a 911 center.
In one of our cases, the defendant was suggesting that the plaintiff had stayed out all night partying after being in a wreck and leaving the emergency room. Our client was able to go through his rideshare app on his phone and pull up a receipt from the trip. The receipt showed exactly when he got home, which was much earlier than the insurance company’s lawyer had suggested.
Types of Cases We Handle
- Truck Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Premesis Liability (slip and fall/trip and fall)
- Dog Bites
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian and Crosswalk Accidents
- Boat Crashes
- Defective Products Liability
- Brain Injuries
- Spinal Injuries
- Bicycle Collisions
Contact us today for a free evalution of your case so we can start our investigation of your personal injury claim.