Protecting the Rights of the Injured and Their Families for 20 Years
Injury does not discriminate. It can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. When it does, you need to know your rights and should expect to be taken care of if the accident occurred because of somebody else's mistake. Cleveland injury lawyer Scott A. Rumizen will stand up for you against the insurance companies when they aren't interested in paying for the full cost of your injuries, including time away from work and possible future repercussions.
If you've been in an accident and received a serious injury, the best thing you can do to help yourself heal physically and financially is to call an attorney. Insurance companies are interested in paying as little as possible to settle your claim, possibly leaving you with medical bills piling up and a decreased income because you haven't been able to work and may not be able to again depending upon the severity of the accident. Scott will stand up for you and work hard to get your case settled to your satisfaction so that being injured doesn't destroy your entire life.
Cuyahoga County Accident Lawyer Scott Rumizen Will Help Preserve Your Future
Whether you were injured in a car accident, bitten by a dog, hurt during a truck accident causing serious injury, or were in a bad motorcycle crash, Scott can help. He also represents the families of people who were killed in accidents for wrongful death suits and the families of people who are suffering nursing home abuse and neglect. He has had success in making a difference in the lives of people in northern Ohio who have had life-altering accidents or losses by getting them fair and equitable compensation.
You may not feel you have the ability to counter the insurance companies when you've been injured, but you do. Scott A. Rumizen will aggressively defend you and work diligently to get the settlement you need to heal and get your life going forward again.
Call 888-732-1018 or send an e-mail to schedule your free initial appointment. All cases are taken on a contingency basis so you don't pay a fee unless your case is successfully settled.