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If you don’t feel pain after an accident does that mean you aren’t hurt?

If you don’t feel pain after an accident does that mean you aren’t hurt?

March 19, 2015  |  Personal Injury  |  by Richard Koch

Many people who have been in an accident assume that if they don’t feel pain right away they have not been hurt. Some injuries, such as concussions and soft tissue injuries, are common in auto accidents and can be very serious. The shock and emotional distress that come with such an accident can disguise an… read more

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What we do for you when we handle your case?

January 19, 2015  |  Car Accidents,Lawyer,Personal Injury  |  by Richard Koch

What does Koch & Brim do for you when we handle your injury case? Most people are overwhelmed when they have been hurt in an accident. They are in pain. They don’t know what to say to the insurance company, and they don’t know what their case is worth. At Koch & Brim, we make… read more

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The Importance of Having a Lawyer Personally Handle Your Case

September 22, 2014  |  Car Accidents,Lawyer,Personal Injury  |  by Richard Koch

Our clients often complain that at other law offices their cases have been handled by secretaries and paralegals, not by an actual lawyer. Many clients tell us that they never even saw the lawyer they thought they were hiring. While secretaries and paralegals can be very competent (we hire some very good ones ourselves!) there is nothing… read more

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How long does it take to settle an injury claim?

January 16, 2014  |  Car Accidents,Personal Injury  |  by Richard Koch

The time it takes to settle an injury case depends on many things, including: 1. Whether there is a question about who caused the accident. Most cases can be settled if it is clear who caused the accident. In a case where there is a dispute about causation it is far more likely that the… read more

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