FAQ

Car Accident Questions:

Q: I've never been in an accident before and never retained an attorney. What do I need to bring with me for my first appointment to the attorney's office?

A: The following is a list of items you should bring with you for your initial consultation with the attorney:

  • Identification
  • Information on your vehicle and any other vehicles involved
  • Paperwork from the accident scene (whether it is from the police officer, the other party or your own notes)
  • Your vehicle's Coverage Selections Page (if you do not have a copy, call your agent and have them fax to: 781-245-2023 )
  • Copies of any paperwork you have already filed
  • Health Insurance Card

Q: Should I speak with the insurance company if they call me?

A: Once you have hired us to handle your claim, we recommend you refer any phone calls relating to your motor vehicle accident to our office.

Q: Should I take photographs of the damage to my car?

A: Yes, photographs of the vehicle damage assist us with your claim.

Q: I received bills in the mail that relate to my car accident. What should I do with them?

A: Forward any paperwork, whether medical bills, letters from your health insurance and/or letters from collection agencies to our office.

Slip and Fall Questions:

Q: What should I bring with me for my initial consultation with an attorney for my slip and fall accident?

A: The following is a list of items you should bring with you for your initial consultation with the attorney:

  • Identification
  • Health Insurance Card
  • Location of accident scene
  • Owner of the property of landmark that your fall occurred on
  • Copies of any paperwork you have already filed
  • Health Insurance Card
  • Shoes you were wearing at time of the fall
  • If possible, photo's of the defect that caused your fall

Q: Should I speak with the store, homeowner or insurance company if they call me?

A: Once you have hired us to handle your claim, we recommend you refer any phone calls relating to your slip and fall accident to our office.

Q: Should I take photographs of the location of the fall?

A: Yes, photographs of the location of the fall along with photographs of the defect are extremely helpful in any slip and fall claim.

Q: I received bills in the mail that relate to my slip and fall accident. What should I do with them?

A: We recommend you provide the medical facility with your health insurance information and then forward a copy of the bills to our office.

Medical Malpractice Questions:

Q: How do I know if I have a medical malpractice case?

A: If you sustained a permanent injury, a disfigurement or life altering incident and you feel it was due to your doctor's negligence then you should meet with our office to see if you have a medical malpractice claim.

Q: What should I bring in with me for my medical malpractice consultation?

A: If possible, we recommend you bring in a complete package of all your medical records.

Real Estate Questions:

Q: Why should I purchase an Owner's Title Insurance Policy?

A: To protect the most important investment you will ever make, the investment in your home. With a title insurance policy, you as owner, have an indemnity contract that will reimburse you for loss in the event someone asserts a claim against your property that is covered by the policy. For a one-time premium, an owner's title insurance policy remains in effect as long as you, or your heirs, retain an interest in the property. There are no annual premiums to keep your Owner's Title Insurance policy in force.