You’ve suffered a significant trauma. The car crash that left you injured was shocking and knowing what to do after the crash can be overwhelming. You want to do what you can to protect your recovery, but you don’t want any more surprises.
Here’s What Will Happen When You Call the Law Office of Ben Crittenden
When you contact this office, you will not be just another number. You will not enter some impersonal queue of potential clients. Instead, you can expect to receive personal attention beginning with our first phone call.
If you’ve been hurt, then you should expect personal attention from the attorney—and the law office—that you hire to help you through this difficult time. At our office:
- Ben will get to know you. He wants to know not only what happened in the accident but also how the accident has affected your life.
- Ben will want to know your goals. Together, you will discuss your goals in filing a lawsuit and what realistic compensation you can expect.
- Ben will fight hard for your fair and just recovery. Ben wants to know your goals for filing a claim so that he can fight hard to get you the compensation that you deserve through a settlement with the insurance company or through a court verdict.
Calling a lawyer does not have to be a scary or an intimidating task. Instead, it is your chance to contact an advocate who is going to be on your side as you navigate your road to recovery. You are contacting an ally who wants to hear from you.
You Have Nothing to Lose
Attorney Ben Crittenden would be pleased to offer you a free consultation and to meet with you personally to discuss your rights. If you have a car accident case and you decide to hire Ben to represent you, then you will not have to pay an hourly fee. Instead, Ben works on a contingency fee basis and is only paid a percentage of your recovery.
You deserve to have someone on your side who will fight for your legal and financial recovery while you concentrate on your physical recovery. To learn more, please call us or contact us via this website today.