Personal injury law covers a broad spectrum of issues when one has been physically or emotionally injured, or personal property has been damaged. The law of personal injury is concerned with determining who may be responsible (who is "liable," or has "liability") for causing injury and how much the responsible party should be required to pay for any damages resulting from the injury. Personal injury law can be classified in the following three broad categories, or degrees of fault: negligence, intentional torts and products liability torts.
While Alpert & Alpert can never guarantee the outcome of a lawsuit, we can guarantee that we will work hard — for you and with you — and we will provide sound, objective advice, and share in decision-making. We schedule regular meetings to review our progress with you and to make sure that we are informed about your progress. We will do everything in our power to maximize the recovery for you, with a focus on being prompt, efficient, and professional every step of the way. That we can guarantee.
We cannot accept every case that people consult with us about, but we never charge for giving advice and for consulting with you regarding your claim. In all personal injury cases, Alpert & Alpert provides aggressive representation to injury victims.