What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Typically, we receive a phone call from a client and decide how to proceed. WE monitor your medical treatment or help arrange it if you have had none. We try to settle all our cases outside of court, but we prepare each one as if it will go to trial. That way, we can get the maximum your injury deserves under the law.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Ed Kramer went to LSU and LSU Law School where he was on the Louisiana Law Review, a prestigious student organization chosen by grades. Ed Kramer was a law clerk starting in 1987, and has practiced law since 1990. This experience, and reputation, will help your case by sending a message to the insurer that you are not simply willing to settle for a "quick check."
Do you have a standard pricing system for your service? If so, please share the details here.
Typically, we charge 1/3 of the client's recovery before deduction of expenses. If we don't recover for you, then you owe us nothing, including expenses. This allows you to hire Ed, a preeminent Martindale-Hubbel AV 5 (the highest you can achieve in ethics and ability) to represent you without having to pay $400 per hour or more. It's a win-win!
How did you get started doing this type of work?
Ed has been prating injury law since a local chemical plant exploded on Christmas Eve in 1989. Ed was instrumental representing the injured and many property owners in that case. From then, he developed a reputation for fairness, but outstanding ability in law.
What types of customers have you worked with?
Ed has worked with car accidents, work injuries, medical malpractice claims, and offshore and river injuries. He has recovered millions for his clients and would love to help you!