Roger was sitting at a red light when he was slammed from behind by a drunk driver. Would he ever work again?
A prominent defense attorney told me that "Andy Goldberg is the attorney other lawyers go to when they have a car accident."
The day we met I asked him, “How will everything play out if I return to police work on modified duty? What if I stay out full duty?”
Andy took the time to fully explain Workman’s Comp and the insurance claim process in words I could understand. You’d expect an attorney of his stature to use big words, but I never had to Google a single thing Andy said.
When he spoke with my wife, who was a witness at the scene, Andy was very caring and sensitive to her feelings. After explaining the entire claims process to me, he patiently repeated it all to her. He made sure we were both clear on what needed to get done, step by step. After our meeting I said to Andy, “So what do I owe you?" He replied, "Not a thing until I have a check for you.”
Andy’s been advising me what to do from day one. He always has a game plan. With Andy in your corner, you feel like the smartest people in the room. On Day 3, he was texting me reminders of things I needed to do. This from a lawyer I hadn’t put out one cent for.
Andy is an absolute pit bull. I was in his office the day he called an insurance company on my behalf. Believe me, I would never want to be on the other end of that phone. The defendant had a very basic level of insurance, but somehow, as the middleman between my insurance and his insurance, Andy made sure everything got repaired and that I was put back whole.
The average consumer thinks, “Let me look around, ask some people, Google personal injury lawyers.” But the sooner your lawyer can talk to witnesses and do his own investigation, the fresher the details and the better he can build your case. My advice? Just call Andy.
The day my settlement arrived, Andy explained that the money was tax-free, and took the time to spell out exactly how to handle it. From day one, Andy set me on the right path financially. When he takes your case, you're family. He still calls me just to see how I’m doing.
I tripped on a rug and fell at the Farmer’s Market. An ambulance took me to Crozier.
Nancy & Ronald Stewart
A guy T-boned my police car in broad daylight. The crash tore open a joint in my back, and I didn’t know if I could work again.
Officer Kevin Enderle
I tripped on a curb at the entrance to Best Buy and was laying in the street, bleeding.
A 17-year old who was driving his mom’s car pulled out right in front of me. My bike went down, and it destroyed my shoulder.
It was a head-on collision. I suffered a fractured sternum, a broken rib, and a head injury.
A van in the opposing lane lost a tire, crossed the median and crashed head-on into Maureen. They had to cut her out.
Maureen & Patrick Moke
A teenage driver who’d been out drinking slammed into my truck. I crashed into a pole and woke up in a Trauma Unit.
Jack & Susan Moran
I was sitting at a red light when I was slammed from behind by a drunk driver.
Officer Roger Joseph
My wife was the victim of a hit and run. She suffered a devastating back injury and a concussion.
Melissa & Chris Redkar
The surest way to understand your case is to talk with an experienced personal injury lawyer.
When you request a free consult with me, Attorney Andrew Goldberg, you’ll learn exactly what it takes to obtain the maximum settlement for your injuries.
It’s also your best opportunity to determine if you need a lawyer – and if a lawyer has the knowledge, skills and commitment to come through for you.