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Practice Areas

Here are the types of cases we can help with:

Serious Injuries

We have represented hundreds of people with serious injuries. Serious injuries are those which have one or more of the following factors: severe pain, permanent pain, and disabling pain.

Vehicle Accidents

The most common type of accidents we help people with is those involving cars, motorcycles, and trucks.

Practical Tip

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.

Andrew Traub

Other Accidents

The Traub Law Office has had great success in recovering full compensation for people injured in slip and fall accidents, dog bites, or due to defective products.

Spinal Injuries

The most common type of injury in a car wreck is to the spine and can last a few months or be with the victim for the rest of their life.

How much do you charge for legal representation?

Our injury lawyers do not collect fees until we successfully resolve your case.

Retaining legal counsel with The Traub Law Office means there is no risk to you. Our injury attorneys work on contingency, meaning you will not pay any upfront costs or legal fees. If we successfully recover money for you, we will take our fees out of your settlement or judgment. You can also speak with your attorney about help with medical bills.

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