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Hi, my name is Darryl Isaacs. I founded Isaacs & Isaacs personal injury law firm with my father, Sheldon Isaacs. We wanted to help people who have been injured due to negligence or a wrongful act to obtain fair and just settlements from insurance and other liable parties. We hired attorneys and other legal professionals who share our passion for justice and fairness, and together our winning team of legal professionals works to help each and every client who comes to us for legal assistance to receive the very best legal representation they can obtain in their time of need.
I know from personal experience what it is like to be hurt, helpless and afraid of what the future holds. I was recently in a major accident of my own. It’s amazing how fast life can change after suffering a personal injury from a serious accident. All your plans for the future, your physical health, your career and family life can be swept away in an instant, leaving you helpless and not knowing how to find your way back to solid ground. Because of my own horrific and painful experience, I am more determined than ever to provide my clients with the very best legal representation possible.
Insurance companies are in business to make a profit. They want to maximize premiums and minimize the money they have to pay out to settle personal injury claims. When you have been injured in a car wreck, need an Ohio truck accident lawyer or have suffered the wrongful death of a family member from the above situations, you will need a legal advocate in your corner who is willing to fight for your right to obtain a fair and just settlement from insurance and other liable parties.
Because Isaacs & Isaacs employs attorneys who used to work for insurance defense, we know all about the tactics insurance companies use to keep from paying out large personal injury settlements when there’s been a serious injury or a wrongful death. A claims adjuster might approach you soon after your accident with a settlement offer. This may indicate they are nervous about how serious your injury will prove to be and the amount of money they will need to pay to settle your claim. In exchange for the settlement, they will ask you to sign a release of liability form. If you sign their form, you will not be eligible for further compensation for your injury from the liable party’s insurance company or your own.
We cannot urge you strongly enough to consult an experienced person before signing any papers. You shouldn’t be communicating with the insurance people at all because they will look for anything you say to use against you to reduce or deny your claim.
Victims who enlist the help of an experienced injury lawyer can receive many times the settlement amount than those who try to negotiate with insurance on their own. The insurance people sometimes call early settlement offers “nuisance settlements.” It’s sad that they want to refer to an accident victim as a “nuisance,” but who cares what they say? If you have a skilled and aggressive personal injury lawyer, one who has investigated the facts and built a strong case to support your claim handling settlement negotiations, you will be in good hands.
Isaacs & Isaacs will help you on a contingency fee basis: if we don’t get you your money, we don’t get paid! With some situations, where a third party is liable or where your attorney needs access to additional evidence to demand maximum compensation, we will bear the cost of investigation and litigation, if it comes to that, to make sure you receive fair and just compensation to recover from your injury and rebuild your life. We are not quick to settle with insurance companies. We have filed personal injury lawsuits on behalf of our clients when we needed to do so to obtain justice.
We fight for our injured clients to receive every single dollar of compensation they are entitled to under the law, for
In some cases where an intentional act caused your injury, punitive damages may be awarded to punish wrongdoers and discourage similar behavior. We know your rights, and we will fight to defend them against insurance adjusters and all liable parties.
Depending on your situation, there’s a legal time limit called a statute of limitations to file your claim or case. If you let the time limit expire without taking action, you can and most likely will be barred from recovering any compensation for your injury.
Because of this, we urge you to take action. If you are injured or have lost a family member due to somebody’s negligence or hurtful act, the last thing you may feel like doing is consulting a personal injury attorney. We are confident that, once you give us a call to discuss your situation, you will be relieved that you have taken a crucial step to regain control over your life.
Our aggressive, skilled and compassionate attorneys are on call around-the-clock to assist you in a legal emergency. Don’t hesitate to call our hotline at 800-800-8888 , or fill out our online form for a free consultation and case evaluation with an Isaacs & Isaacs personal injury attorney.
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