Crocker Law Firm is a Personal Injury Firm
Crocker Law Firm personal injury lawyers only represent people who have been injured. We don’t represent businesses or insurance companies.
Although a law degree allows you to practice everything from divorce to criminal law to wills, we aren’t interested in doing a little bit of everything. Concentrating on personal injury has allowed our lawyers and staff to become highly skilled and knowledgeable in this area.
We know that our clients want to get as much money they can as quickly as they can. Our practice is geared toward resolving injury claims and letting clients move on with their lives.
In the law, we use the term “personal injury” to distinguish between injuries to people and injuries to property or other rights.
At Crocker Law Firm we handle personal injury claims arising from a variety of circumstances, including:
Whether you were in a car accident, were the victim of a medical mistake, suffered a fall, or were hurt due to some other negligent, careless, or intentional act, you have probably been left with medical bills, loss of income, and physical and emotional pain. Your life has been disrupted. Everyday tasks may have become difficult, and you may be missing many of the things you usually enjoy.
Money cannot really make up for everything that is suffered and lost after a serious injury, but it can help. At Crocker Law Firm we have the experience and ability to aggressively investigate your case and pursue compensation to help you move forward.
A personal injury claim can include claims for:
If a life has been lost due to negligent or intentional behavior, claims against the at-fault party can include medical bills, pain and suffering, funeral expense, loss of future income, and loss of consortium (loss of support, love, and affection of a spouse, parent or child).
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