When you need legal and financial help after an injury, you will need a strong legal support team to help you recover damages. Talk to an attorney that is dedicated to you, your family, and your future, and who is prepared to fight to get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
At The Law Offices of Justin D. Brandel, we won’t charge you legal fees unless we win. We care about our clients, and go above and beyond in service and dedication. Our litigators personally oversee each case from the first action, through to a final settlement or a verdict. If you have been injured, call or schedule a free consultation today.
If you have been involved in an auto accident as a result of someone else’s negligence, we will fight to help you obtain the financial and physical recovery that you deserve.
Property and business owners are required to keep the area free from dangerous snow and ice. If you slipped and fell and suffered a serious injury, we know exactly what legal actions to take to seek full compensation for damages.
If you lost a loved one due to an act of negligence, we can help you seek full compensation for all losses, including lost earnings, medical expenses prior to death, loss of benefits, damages for the emotional anguish and pain and suffering, and others.
Attorney Justin Brandel has gained a reputation as a tough litigator who gets big results. He has recovered millions of dollars for his clients. Mr. Brandel is a formidable opponent, and takes on insurance company defense lawyers with confidence and skill. Whether your case is settled out of court or proceeds to trial, Mr. Brandel is committed to seeking the maximum possible in compensation. He personally oversees every detail of his cases, from start to finish.
Talk to a lawyer who cares about you, your family and your future, and who is ready to fight hard for what’s right.
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