Thurswell Law Offers Free Case Consultations in Southfield, MI
By: Phineas Gray
Posted on : October 9, 2015  Views : 746

Southfield, Michigan: Thurswell Law is pleased to announce they offer free case consultations to potential clients in Southfield, MI. They understand individuals can be skeptical about the outcome of their case and strive to help clients understand whether they have a good case.

Personal injury cases, including medical malpractice, vehicle accidents, wrongful death, premise liability and more, need to be handled with the right care to ensure every case gets the optimal outcome. This requires the expertise of lawyers who have handled hundreds of other similar cases. Having the opportunity consult with one of these attorneys free of charge can give clients the confidence in obtaining the outcome they deserve as a result of their accident.

As one of the largest and most successful law firms in Michigan, their team of professionals can provide the attention to detail clients need to get the compensation to which they are entitled. When clients make an appointment for a free consultation, the professionals at Thurswell Law will go over every detail of the case and advise the individual on whether they should pursue the case in a court of law or accept the offer by the insurance agency.

Anyone interested in learning about the free case consultation can find out more by visiting the Thurswell Law website or by calling 1-866-354-5544.

About Thurswell Law: Thurswell Law is one of the largest, most successful personal injury law firms in the state. They can help their clients seek compensation for traffic accidents, birth injuries, wrongful death, medical malpractice and more. They can also provide assistance in Social Security disability cases. They have served clients in these types of cases since 1968.

The Thurswell Law Firm represents people injured or killed as a result of auto, bus, truck and motorcycle accidents, birth injuries, and medical malpractice. Our personal injury law firm serving all of Michigan.