Personal Injury

Personal Injury Matters that we commonly handle for our clients include:

  • Automobile and Motorcycle Collisions
  • Catastrophic Injury Claims
  • Chemical Exposure and Toxic Tort Claims
  • Insurance Bad Faith Claims
  • Medical Malpractice Claims
  • Premises Liability Claims
  • Product Liability Claims
  • Sexual Harassment Claims
  • Wrongful Death Claims

Vehicle Injury

Vehicle Injury The Law Offices of Mark L. Mitchell, has handled hundreds of vehicle accident cases, including auto crashes, trucking collisions, 18-wheeler collisions, and motorcycle accidents. One recent case resulted in a settlement in excess of $160,000 for a couple involved in a collision.

We've helped hundreds of clients injured as a result of vehicular negligence and drunk drivers. The firm has brought corporations to justice for putting unsafe vehicles and drivers on the road. Because of our expertise in these cases, we have successfully handled hundreds of claims involving vehicle negligence, helping our clients to obtain maximum compensation for injuries and damages suffered as a result of another driver's negligence.

Contingent Fee Arrangement

The contingent fee arrangement is your key to the courthouse and justice! Mark L. Mitchell handles a wide variety of personal injury matters on a contingent fee basis, earning a percentage of the damages successfully recovered. Since our fee is contingent on the outcome and success of your case, we have tremendous incentive to work hard and to aggressively pursue your interests. If there is no recovery, there is no fee owed by the client. A contingent fee arrangement allows you to retain a competent attorney and puts you on equal footing with the insurance companies and corporations that can afford to hire the very best attorneys that money can buy. Often victims of negligence have catastrophic injuries, are unable to work and could never obtain justice without the availability of a contingent fee agreement. If you have been injured in a vehicle see our discussion below.