Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky Reviews Questions You Should Ask during a Free Consultation


Have you been injured on the job? Did you recently walk on someone’s property and fallen due to some sort of a hazard – this could be ice, a crack on the sidewalk, uneven pavement, etc. You may be entitled to compensation if you have incurred any medical injuries or lost time at work because of the fall.

The truth is that you can become seriously injured from a slip and fall. All it takes is a little ice and you can fall and break your knee, which will require a major surgery and months of rehabilitation. And people do die from slip and falls. If you fall and crack your skull, you could die from your injuries.

This is why it’s important for you to seek legal assistance if you or a family member has become injured or has died from injuries sustained from a fall. Slip and fall litigation is extremely difficult and time-intensive and requires attorneys who know the in’s and out’s of the case.

Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews slip and fall cases all of the time and can provide victims with the counsel necessary to find justice. Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky attorneys provide a free initial consultation so those with a claim can gain a better understanding of what to expect and what they should do next in regard to pursuing litigation.

If you do go to a free consultation, please be sure to bring notes and questions so you can get the most out of your consultation. Here are a few questions to keep in mind when you are there:

  • Do you specialize in personal injury law?
  • Have you handled a similar personal injury case before?
  • Do you have references that you can provide?
  • What is your fee?
  • Will you be the lawyer who handles my case if it goes to a lawsuit?




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