The Representation You Need
If you or a loved one is seriously injured and someone else is to blame, or if you have been victim of someone else’s negligence, you need an experienced personal injury attorney. The attorneys at Cossich, Sumich, Parsiola & Taylor, LLC can fight for the dignity and financial compensation you deserve.
Every injury is personal
At CSP&T, we have a history of verdicts and settlements that demonstrate our commitment to providing our clients with exceptional legal representation even in the most complex personal injury and wrongful death cases.
Types of personal injury cases
- Wrongful Death Claims
- Pedestrian / Highway Accidents
- Burns & Electrocutions
- Injuries from Defective & Dangerous Products
- Loss of Limb
- Slip and Fall / Trip and Fall
- Product Liability
- Construction & Work-Related Injuries
- Car Accidents
- 18-Wheeler Accidents
- Motorcycle, 4-Wheeler & ATV Accidents
How do I know if the offer from the insurance company is reasonable?
Our personal injury attorneys are experienced in litigating these types of cases and maximizing the amount of compensation you are entitled to from the insurance company after an accident.
What happens if I am at fault?
Most accidents happen because someone was careless. The basic rule is: If one person involved in an accident was less careful than another, the less careful one must pay for at least a portion of the damages suffered by the more careful one.
Does an attorney mean my case will go to trial?
Our reputation as skilled trial attorneys allows us to settle the vast majority of the cases without the need for a trial. With proper preparation, it is clear to the insurance companies that they will eventually have to pay. On the other hand, it is important for the insurance companies to realize that if they are not reasonable our office will trial any of our cases. If you are concerned about going to the trial, you should realize that the odds of that occurring are slight but you have the assurance from us that we will do so if it is in your best interest.