Our Total Guard Approach

Protecting Clients During Personal Injury Litigation

Personal injury lawsuits regularly bring injured people and their families twice to three times as much compensation as they would receive otherwise. In many cases, a lawsuit is the only way to obtain any compensation at all.

But lawsuits take time, and meanwhile, people have pressing medical bills and other expenses. They have to pay court costs and other expenses related to the lawsuit. Even if they are confident they will receive the compensation they need eventually, their credit is danger now. In the meantime, they need protection.

In the field of personal injury, almost all lawyers offer free initial consultations and work on contingency, meaning that they charge no attorney's fees until a settlement or verdict is reached. Few offer extra financial protection, as does Bellas & Wachowski in our Total Guard Approach.

Our Total Guard Approach encompasses every aspect of our clients' concerns during a lawsuit. By carefully systematizing the personal injury process, we can ensure that there will be no unwelcome surprises. Our attorneys start by asking many questions and making sure they have every bit of information they need. They then enact a number of measures to protect our clients:

  • File opening process
  • Docket information process
  • Credit protection solution
  • Lien reduction technique
  • Money maximizer process
  • Guaranteed settlement advantage
  • Legal process navigator

We offer the Total Guard Approach because we want to help each client in every way we can. We have a reputation for caring, compassionate service, and we will do whatever we can to maintain that reputation. From purely a business standpoint, we want people to recommend our lawyers to other people, and we would never want to jeopardize that because of a few straggler payments.

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Our lawyers are ready to explain more about our Total Guard Approach and our personal injury practice; contact Bellas & Wachowski to speak with us free of charge.