No fees unless successful and you get paid. Let us deal with the insurance company. We have successfully litigated many types of accidents – call us today to discuss your case with no obligation.
Quick and easy settlement
Auto and motorcycle accidents
Pedestrian Hit by car
Nursing home injuries
If you have been injured call us for a free consultation.
Personal Injury: Don’t Become A Victim To The Insurance Companies
If you have been injured in a car accident, slip-and-fall, or any other type of personal injury incident, we at Gilmore & Gilmore, provide the skilled legal representation you deserve to protect your future. Your health and recovery should come first. By securing reliable representation from an experienced and compassionate lawyer, you can rest easy while we pursue the compensation you deserve. Your attorney will go over the process with you, one-on-one, to make sure that we understand your situation and that you know what to expect from your case.
Recent Awards and Settlements
Rear End Car Accident – $85,000.00
Slip and fall on water in store – $70,000.00
Construction fall from roof – $490,000.00
Side-Swipe accident on highway – policy limit $100,000.00
Pedestrian struck in parking lot – policy limit $50,000.00.
Dog Bite – $235,000.00
Nursing Home Neglect – $75,000.00
1What if I cannot afford an attorney?
All of our personal injury cases are taken on a contingency basis. That means that you do not pay us anything until you either win your case or it is settled to your satisfaction. If you do not receive compensation, then we do not receive a fee.
2Can I just negotiate with the insurer on my own?
The insurance companies know that they can get you to settle for far below the value of your case if you go it alone. Only an experienced personal injury attorney can properly value your case and make sure the insurers pay you what you deserve.
3What if I lose my case?
In the extremely rare circumstance that you lose your case in court and it is not able to be settled outside of court, then there is no fee owed. Ever.