Insurance companies want to protect their own bottom lines, and they know how to use the pitfalls in the legal system to do it. They know you don’t stand a chance without an experienced and skilled lawyer who knows his own way around the civil justice system. Todd will stand toe-to-toe with them for you, putting you on equal footing with the corporate giants. Whether you were hurt in a car accident, in a collision with a tractor-trailer, or by a dangerous product or defective machine, you can rest assured that Todd Butler knows how to get you the best possible result.
If you’ve been in a traffic accident, an insurance adjuster is going to call you. Don’t be fooled. The adjuster isn’t calling to help you. The adjuster is calling to find flaws in your case. The adjuster will find ways to spin the truth so that before it’s over, they’ll claim you’re the one at fault. The reason is simple — the goal of an insurance company is to minimize the amount it has to pay for your injuries. So be careful talking to an adjuster. Or better, get Todd on your side so you can tell the insurance adjuster to call your lawyer. Tell them to call Todd Butler, (229) 377-1683.
If somebody hurts you, regardless of whether they did it intentionally or not, then they have to pay to fix you. It’s that simple. There shouldn’t be anything to fight about. If it’s not a serious injury, a bandaid and a couple of aspirin, you’re owed you fifty cents for the bandaid and the aspirin. It’s easy to forgive a small injury like that, even if it hurt so bad you thought you were going to cry. But what about an arm, or a leg, or an eye? What if the injury broke bones, or wrenched your back and neck so badly you might need surgery? For most people, that injury threatens their job. So if “to forgive” means to forgo, or to give up your right to collect damages (money) from the clumsy party, is it even fair to ask you to forgive? What if you have a family with an injury that puts your job on the line? Is it morally okay to forgive before you protect your family from the financial consequences?
Note, however, that before you get done pondering these important moral questions, an insurance adjuster will call to teach you cold lessons about what greed means to an immortal corporation. Most insurance adjusters, on the personal level, are decent people. In twenty years I’ve worked personally with several hundred at least, and probably more than a thousand. (I’m beginning to recognize supervisors’ names. They’ve been in this fight as long as I have.) But don’t be fooled that the insurance COMPANY is a “decent” person. It’s a “person” only by operation of a legal fiction; it’s a machine, and the adjuster’s job is to feed it coal.
We might not stop the machine, but you don’t have to take a second lick. Let us fight the machine for what you’re owed.
I’ve been at this for over twenty years now. I’ve seen a few things and I know what to do. Call me if I can help you with anything. –KTB (229) 377-1683.
Todd takes all personal injury or wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that he does not get paid anything if you do not receive the compensation you deserve. You can be assured he will work hard to get you everything you are entitled to.
The risk of injury is an unfortunate reality for people who make a living working on farms or who live in agricultural areas. Defective equipment, negligent drivers and other factors can result in catastrophic injuries for workers and innocent bystanders. If you have suffered injuries as a result of a farm-related accident, you may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, rehabilitation, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages. Todd Butler, based in Cairo, Georgia, has been helping victims of farm accident injuries throughout Southwest Georgia and North Florida for many years. With years and years of experience, Todd Butler is ready to pursue personal injury and wrongful death claims caused by farm accidents. Contact Todd today, and get your life back on track.
Business owners and other property owners have an obligation to keep their premises safe for visitors, called Premises Liability. If hazardous conditions on their property lead to accidents and injuries, they can be held liable for the damages that ensue. This could include being injured by a business’ faulty equipment, unsafe conditions leading to injury, negligent security, or slip-and-falls. If you or a family member has been injured in a business or public space, you may be entitled to compensation for medical costs, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages. Don’t worry about having to prove your case against corporate insurance attorneys, let Todd Butler do that for you. Let Todd use his skill and experience to develop an effective strategy that will get you the fair and just compensation you deserve.
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