Soft Tissue Injuries
April 16, 2009
Did you know that a study found that insurance companies pay higher settlements to injured people who use an attorney than those who do not?In 1999, the insurance industry performed a study to find out if people who had accident claims received more money in settlement by using an attorney than those people who settled on their own. The study was performed by the Insurance Research Council, a non-profit organization that is supported by leading property and casualty insurance companies across the United States. The mission of the IRC (IRCweb.org) is to advance the insurance industries on matters crucial to insurance companies. The IRC found that people who used an attorney received, on average, 3 ½ times more money in settlement than those individuals who settled on their own.
Here is an interesting
article on soft tissue injuries by Medical Legal Art. Back To Top Some of Our Testimonials
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Kadin Fine - google January 16, 2024
Andrew is very professional and succeeding in getting a very satisfactory settlement in my very difficult case. He was diligent and maintained a high level of communication throughout the process. I would highly recommend him to anyone who is seeking assistance with a claim that is being denied by the insurance company
Andrew is very professional and succeeding in getting a very satisfactory settlement in my very difficult case. He was diligent and maintained a high level of communication throughout the process. I would highly recommend him to anyone who is seeking assistance with a claim that is being denied by the insurance company.
anonymous - avvo May 23, 2013
I got rear-ended and came to the Traub Law Office because I didn't want to spend endless hours on the phone with the other person's insurance company, and then get hassled into a settlement that doesn't even cover my basic medical expenses like has happened in the past. This time around, after Mr Traub agreed to take my case, things were simple and effortless on my end. He is trustworthy, thorough, efficient, and a great communicator. I am content with the settlement we reached, and grateful for the peace of mind of having all the details of the case handled by a true professional. I highly recommend this office.
I would recommend The Traub Law Office first and foremost to any person with a Personal Injury case. I was told by two Personal Injury lawyers prior to Andrew that I should just drop my case because I would never win against American Access Causality because my case wasn't cut and dry. We've all heard of the ability to turn "water into wine" associated with Jesus and I'm not equating Andrew Traub to Jesus but my case against American Access Causality was a hard lead to nowhere because of outdated Texas Law and Andrew made a way for my dead-end case, turning nothing into something or a settlement. Andrew was professional, patient, and worked tirelessly to help me. Both he and his staff are dedicated to being the people in your corner when its you versus the law.
Vanessa B - google August 31, 2018
Andrew was great, he wouldn't let the insurance companies low ball me. He got the max from the other insurance company and even got a nice settlement from my company. If you're in an accident, I highly recommend the Traub law office.
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