When someone who’s seriously injured can’t get the medical treatment they need, and when the company is not paying like they’re supposed to be paying after an accident, and the bills are piling up, it doesn’t take too long for all that you’ve saved and put together so that you can make a good living and take good care of your family to evaporate in front of you. That happens all the time. It’s a tactic they use to try and starve people out or try and scare them.
How are we going to help their kids cope with it? It’s an unbelievable responsibility. But it’s a responsibility that we take on for these families because the oil companies, the chemical companies—they don’t care.
And when we see that, it motivates us, it drives us to make sure that our clients who’ve been catastrophically injured—injured worse than anyone could ever imagine—are taken care of. What are we going to do to make their lives better? What are we going to do to give them the best life possible? We’ll advance the cost to ensure that you get the best medical treatment—and if they’re not paying your reasonable living expenses, the law allows us to advance the reasonable living expenses on a monthly basis like a paycheck so that we can ensure your life is as normal as it can be despite this injury. At that point, you only have one job: get better. Let us worry about everything else.