When a serious injury disrupts your life you have some serious decisions to make. The most important is which personal injury law firm you will enlist to take up your claim. And while an educated choice will provide you and your family a much-needed source of support, choosing too hastily could take a situation from bad to worse.

In the complex world of injury litigation, success and experience speak volumes, so you need to investigate a firm’s record in handling claims like your own. In speaking with a lawyer to represent you be sure to ask about their history, including their success rate and the amount of compensation awarded in cases similar to yours.

The best way to gauge a firm’s suitability is to examine testimonials. No two cases are the same, so it is helpful to get specific details that you might not have considered in speaking directly with a lawyer. They can tell you how they’ll work hard for you but it might not register until you hear it from someone who can share your experience. Brian A. Horowitz of Horowitz Injury Law was commended by a client for his outstanding work in lifting her out of a desperate situation: “Brian’s understanding, compassionate, knowledgeable, legal advice coupled to a most effective physical rehabilitation recovery plan, fulfilled my physical and financial needs, beyond expectation.”

Another client, injured in a car accident, praises Brian for his “dedication” and “comfort”, something that allowed her to focus on the long rehabilitation process. A lack of reassurance can arise when a firm has taken on too many cases and simply doesn’t have time for you – a sign that you won’t get the attention you deserve.

Showing true care for his clients, Brian’s focus is to put the victim at ease, every step of the way: “His genuinely caring, helpful, initial and ongoing creative suggestions, willingness to please and practical application were truly welcomed at a time of stress and uncertainty. I am truly grateful for an excellent professional job well done. ”

For more real stories of Brian A. Horowitz’ history, visit the testimonials section of the website.