Cannot afford to hire a full-time paralegal? Don't! Let us help you.
Stop throwing money away by referring your personal injury cases out to other attorneys, keep them in-house and let us assist you in handling them.
I am a self-contracted, experienced paralegal, graduates of the UTSA Paralegal Program, certified Texas all-lines adjuster and have over 15 years ofexperience working in the legal field. I have predominately focused on personal injury cases from initial clientintake to final settlement but also possess experience in other areas of law. I also have an extensive and well-established network ofreputable medical providers to work with.
We assist attorneys who do not specialize in personal injury law and therefore, refer potential personal injury cases out to other attorneys. We timely andaccurately prepare all personal injury paperwork, such as letters of representation, letters of protection and demand letters. Should a case require litigation, we can assist in partnering you upwith a reputable litigation attorney, if needed.
However, if your office does handle personal injury cases, we can still assist you and/or your staff by gathering all pertinent documents such as police reports,witness statements, medical records, taking photos of the client(s) and/or the scene(s), or any other documents you may need. We are knowledgeable in drafting petitions, discovery, anddiscovery responses. We will be glad to sit with your client(s) and assist them in the tedious task of reviewing discovery.
In sum, we offer an increase in revenue to your practice, by utilizing your established client base to add personal injury to your practice and assist you in preventing potential profits from walking out your door. Your only cost is our time invested in your cases.
We can help draft Original Petitions, Final Decree of Divorce, assist your client with reviewing and drafting discovery responses or assisting them with producing acomplete Inventory and Appraisement, and/or an Income and Expense sheet. We are available to E-File or personally file documents with the court.