Does your attorney fight for you?

Jul 26, 2022 | By: Christina Goldberg

We are so proud around here of the reputation we’ve built, among colleagues and community, as attorneys who will spend the time to really investigate claims and help those who are being wrongfully denied.

This manifests through our practice in a number of ways, from helping our individual injured clients, to helping corporate medical practices fight the insurance companies which, let’s face it, aren’t in the business to pay claims.

We’re proud of our reputation

Word-of-mouth referrals are our lifeline, and those who know our practice will happily refer potential clients to us. This includes clients who initially made the decision to retain a different firm, but who quickly realize, for whatever reason, that the firm they chose isn’t going to take the time, or make the effort, to fight.

There seems to be a fundamental flaw among a lot of businesses, not just law practices, that equates to “if it’s not easy, it’s not worth it.” Well, I say, bring on the fight.

When others won’t fight, we will

Last week we had a potential client come to us in disbelief that she had been “let go” by the law firm she retained to help her. The firm closed her file, sent her the proverbial pink slip, and wished her better luck elsewhere. Why, you ask? Because the insurance company on the file said “no, we aren’t taking responsibility.”

The firm she hired refused to fight for her (with what I truly believe are facts and circumstances on her side), and rather performed its magical calculation to determine that the time and resources it would take to make things right for her would not net the firm enough profit to make it worthwhile.

Winston Churchill said it right when he said, “we make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

At Luhrsen Goldberg, we fight the fight. Not for us, but for those who need us.