When you can’t work because of injuries you sustained in an accident.

Financial
devastation. My clients depend on a
steady stream of income not just to live on and support themselves but to
continue to fulfill their obligations to themselves, to their families, to
landlords, mortgage holders, school loans, credit cards, etc. Often they cannot work as the result of their
injuries or they work against medical advice simply because they feel they
must.

If they don’t
have savings or other financial cushion I know that it’s crucial that I as
their attorney obtain every dollar they’re entitled to as quickly as possible.

For example,
in motor vehicle cases this means ascertaining the possible existence of 1st
party wage loss coverage. It means
insisting that my clients receive their total gross lost wages, not just their
net (after tax) lost wages. Justice
requires that wrongdoers (negligent parties) be held accountable for all
damages not just past and present lost wages but future lost wages and loss of
future earning capacity as well.

If you have
lost income due to injuries contact me, Paul Weber. I know how vitally important it is to your
security and your family’s security to restore and maintain your income lost or
interrupted due to the negligence of someone legally responsible to you for
your damages.

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Paul R. Weber

Licensed since 1977

Member at firm Law Offices of Paul R. Weber

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Paul R. Weber

Licensed since 1977

Member at firm Law Offices of Paul R. Weber

RECENT POSTS

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