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Getting Started

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Litigation is not an easy decision. Many people don’t pursue litigation because they are unsure of what to do, or if their complaint warrants legal action. Getting started is often the most difficult part.

Don’t be afraid to make that first call or send that first email.

We want you to ask questions—that’s why we’re here. We will never intimidate or coerce you into taking action. We will answer your questions and give you honest and informed advice. We will let you know if we are the right fit for your case or if you would be better served by a different type of attorney—and if so, we can help connect you with the right person.

You can be assured that every bit of information you discuss with us is privileged. We will not disclose any details about you or your case to anyone else, even if you choose another lawyer.


What you should and shouldn’t do

  • Take pictures (photograph injuries, conditions, etc.)
  • Preserve evidence (keep the defective product, store the damaged vehicle, etc.)
  • Cooperate with law enforcement
  • Obtain reports
  • Immediately report at-work injuries to your employer
  • Discuss every medical issue with your doctor—don’t dismiss or downplay
    any injury, because it could be related
  • Don’t give a statement to the insurance company
  • Don’t sign anything
  • Don’t let anybody record your voice
  • Don’t be a hero—take timely action



After you’ve experienced an injury, it can be overwhelming to deal with insurance companies. You may be thinking:

I’ve had a crash. What do I do?

Where do I send the medical bills?

Whose insurance pays?

Why did the insurance company deny my claim?

Do I have the right coverage?

These are all valid questions and they need to be addressed.

The Law Office of Andrew P. Motel, LLC has extensive experience dealing with insurance companies.


We can help determine if you have a personal injury case.
Contact us today for a free consultation.
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    Note: While certain kinds of accidents and misfortune can be grouped together for general comment, every case Mr. Motel handles has been and will be unique; no two case are the “same.” Every case requires exploration of the facts and circumstances before a responsible and ethical lawyer can render advice.