The NYC accident law firm of Pulvers, Pulvers, & Thompson LLP believe that you should know how to evaluate an accident firm if you have been seriously injured in an accident. Which firm you choose to represent you will be critical to the success or failure of your case. Important factors you must consider are:
- Experience and Knowledge of NY Law
- The success ratio
- The general philosophy and nature of the firm
- The gut feeling you have after you meet the attorneys.
Does the firm have a great deal of experience handling accident cases? Do the attorneys who will be in charge of your case have in-depth experience with accident cases? How many cases have the NYC accident attorneys handled previously? What is the firm’s success rate?
You want to be represented by attorneys who have extensive experience in accident cases. You cannot afford to have your case provide your attorney’s education; he or she must already know accident law in New York inside and out, and must have a long and successful history in practicing accident law. We boast that more than 200 other attorneys place their clients in our hands to handle their injury cases. Doesn’t that say it all?
Commitment to Your Case
Your attorney’s experience will be of little value to you if you are one of hundreds of thousands of accident files they are handling. You need to know that your case will receive the individual attention it requires and deserves. You must be comfortable that the accident firm will vigorously represent you and will devote its attorneys’ time and effort fully to your case. Our NYC injury lawyers keep our case load low so we can keep our work product and our results top-notch.
At Pulvers, Pulvers, & Thompson LLP, our attorneys have a combined of well over 100 years of experience. We have been representing victims who have been seriously injured in accidents for 70 years. We fully know accident law, and we know how to get you the maximum compensation you deserve.
We will meet with you for a free complete, not just a surface, consultation to review your case. If we take your case, it is only because we firmly believe in it.