Richard Schwartz: "People ask me all the time, "Why do I need an attorney?" The simple answer is if any insurance company treated people right, I'd be out of business a long time ago. But they don't. Insurance companies are there to help you as long as you are paying your premiums, but when they have to pay something, they don't always help you. Insurance companies are machines - they're cooperations that are trying to save money. They're very difficult to break sometimes."
Patrick Wooten: "Insurance companies, although they are manned by people who are doing their job, are in the business of making money. We are here to help people. We understand the law, we understand all the variations and layers that are involved in the law and can answer the questions and solve the riddle that people have from being in an accident - what their rights are, and what they are entitled to."
Richard Schwartz: "Somebody needs to make certain that you as a client is getting what you are entitled to. That's what a lawyer does, and it means a lot to me - it means a lot that I can help you get that money."
What If You Were Hit By A Driver With No Insurance?
Richard Schwartz: If you're involved in an accident and there is not any insurance on the ...