The Help You Need After A Motor Vehicle Accident

After being hurt in a car accident or another type of motor vehicle accident, it is important that you take the right steps to ensure that you will have what you need to get back on your feet. Serious accidents and the severe injuries they cause can change so much. A person may not be able to work for an extended period. Medical bills and lost wages can erode the financial stability of any household.

Working with a skilled and experienced lawyer who is committed to helping you is one of the best choices you can make after being injured in a motor vehicle accident.

Common injuries in motor vehicle accidents include:

  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Spinal cord injuries (paraplegia, quadriplegia, partial paralysis)
  • Bone fractures
  • Amputations

What Does The Medical Evidence Show?

All strong personal injury cases need to incorporate medical evidence. I use medical evidence to create a clear picture for the jury of exactly what happened to you and how your injuries will impact your future. I can tie your injuries and future difficulties you might face to the accident through medical evidence.

My extensive experience allows me to interpret the complexity of medical records and to readily identify what is most essential and effective in asserting your right to compensation.

35 Years Of Experience Helping Injured People

I am attorney Stanley H. Robinson. For 35 years, I have been helping those injured in auto accidents in Tilton and throughout New Hampshire. I am committed to maximizing the compensation my clients receive. I know that people can face years of complications and difficulties after suffering serious injuries. The case I build for you is my chance to ensure that you have what you need to help you deal with your injuries and any challenges they may create in the future.

Call 603-729-3368 or contact my office online to schedule a free initial consultation after you have been hurt in an auto accident.

I collect attorney's fees only if I secure compensation for you.