By Karen McBride
Published by Dunndeal Publications
Over 25 years ago, Mr. Olsen began his career as an insurance defense attorney and shortly thereafter decided that he preferred to serve the public’s interests rather than those of the insurance industry. He opened his practice, focusing on personal injury and workman’s compensation cases, in order to help people with their legal needs.
After a serious injury, a person may be inundated with medical bills. These circumstances can be overwhelming and clients need to know all of their options. How will medical bills get paid, in addition to their regular monthly bills, if they are unable to work? What are their legal rights if they are not at fault for the injury?
There are strict time limitations on personal injury cases, therefore, they need answers right away. Evidence must be recovered before it is lost and witnesses must be interviewed. Notices to insurance companies and municipalities must be filed in a timely manner.
With extensive experience handling cases in both federal and state courts, Mr. Olsen and his staff work strategically to help clients declare their rights and receive compensation for their losses.
All personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. Clients do not pay a fee until the case is concluded by trial or settlement. If there is no recovery earned in the case, there is no obligation to pay fees or costs.
Craig J. Olsen, P.A. is located at 28957 State Road 54, Wesley Chapel, FL 33543. For a free, no-obligation consultation call 813-991-7775 or 813-624-3000 or visit http://www.cjolaw.com/