We’re a different kind of legal team
From the beginning, we wanted to change the way personal injury cases were handled. Industry norms like poor communication, impersonal treatment, and old-school systems had to go.
Instead, we’ve embraced a culture of efficiency and communication. Our team works remotely on a daily basis. Rather than wasting time commuting we are answering emails and making early morning phone calls. We believe this is one of our greatest strengths. We can be available and responsive when others are not. As a result, we’re able to be nimble where other firms move slowly. Our team members are excited about the work that we do, and this ultimately means that we’re able to focus more on helping you, the client.
Working with a distributed team has compelled us to develop a top-notch communication process. We rely on modern day technologies to keep your case running smoothly—and we continue to invest on ways to improve the process for our clients.
Our personal injury attorneys work on contingency, which means they do not charge legal fees upfront. They are only entitled to payment if you win at trial or receive a settlement in your personal injury case. Our attorneys work for you and don’t get paid until we recover compensation on your behalf.
Personal injury cases require knowledge of the law along with a certain skill set. For example, you would hire a doctor to perform a surgery because of the skills that doctor possesses. Your injury case is no different. You hire an attorney because of the skills that attorney possesses. At Negretti & Associates our injury attorneys work to protect you legal rights and to ensure your recovery is maximized. We believe it is also our responsibility to be aware of issues that can arise such as medical liens and/or reimbursement or subrogation interests (like health insurance).
Our team of personal injury attorneys know the law and know how to make your case run smoothly.
The information contained on this website is intended to give general information only and not to provide advice on specific legal issues. This information is not intended to replace legal advice. We are not responsible for changes in the law. If you need our assistance interpreting any information contained on this website, please contact us.