My name is Roger Finderson, managing attorney at Finderson Law, and I’m a problem-solver. As I look at it, there are two kinds of attorneys: those who get paid to CREATE problems, and those who get paid only if they solve them. This makes all the difference in the world to people who have been injured by someone else’s actions.
You know that the person who injured you has an attorney. It’s probably someone hired by the insurance company. Insurance company lawyers are the perfect example of the first kind of attorneys – they get paid to create problems for you. After all, insurance companies don’t make money by paying claims. Every time one of their insureds has an accident and they are forced to pay, the insurance company loses money. So they hire the best problem-creators they can find to delay, to spin, to insinuate, and to put every conceivable hurdle between you and your recovery. The insurance companies think spending millions of dollars on legal fees saves the millions more that they don’t have to pay out. And they’re correct – but that doesn’t make it right.
You see, insurance companies know all the insurance tricks, and they hire lawyers who know all the lawyer tricks. And if you don’t know the lawyer tricks yourself, you might not even know someone’s using them on you. And even if you do, you probably don’t know what to do about it.
That’s where I come in.
I know the lawyer tricks, too. And I know what to do about them.
It’s a fact: Studies show that injured people do better when they have an attorney handling their claim. A lot better. A study by the Insurance Research Council found that the average insurance payout for clients who hire an attorney is 3.5 TIMES LARGER than for those who don’t hire one. Think about that – three-and-a-half times larger on average.
So we’ve established that you should probably hire a lawyer. The next question is “Why hire Finderson Law?” After all, there are lots of lawyers advertising these days, and all of them say the same thing. Some have expensive television commercials. Some have their faces on the back of the phone book. Some have billboards all over the place. And all of them say the same thing: “Hire me!”
Well, the fact is that all of that advertising costs money, and takes valuable time. Shooting a television commercial, even a relatively inexpensive local one, is a time-consuming process. I know, because I used to be with a firm that advertises. I know how many hours go into meetings, and writing, and planning, and shooting, and editing, and post-production, and on and on and on. And it’s expensive. I’ve been through the process.
And I’ve decided to use the time and energy that would go into making commercials working on our clients’ cases instead. It probably will cost us some business. But I’ll sleep better.
We’ll give you our best efforts. And I’m pretty good at this. I’ve been doing it for over 21 years and I have hundreds of satisfied clients who will attest to my skills.
And we don’t get paid unless you do. Insurance company lawyers get paid no matter what, so they have no reason to settle a matter quickly. And the insurance companies figure that the longer they string you along, the better off they are. If they can wear you down, you’ll take less.
Well, at Finderson Law we don’t wear down.
Call us today and let’s talk. No obligation, no fee unless we obtain a recovery for you. You have nothing to lose, and probably a lot to gain.
1. “Paying for Auto Injuries: A Consumer Panel Survey of Auto Accident Victims”, Insurance Research Council, September 1, 1999