Personal injury cases at Brawer Hirsch are handled on a contingency fee basis, which gives their clients an affordable means of pursuing legal claims.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Attorneys, Brawer Hirsch & Associates, launch brilliant, user friendly personal injury website. Brawer Hirsch is a Fort Lauderdale law firm that focuses in the practice areas of personal injury and family law.
The attorneys at Brawer Hirsch have over 75 years of experience navigating through a variety of types of personal injury cases such as automobile, truck, and boating accidents, slip and falls, and even intentional acts of violence, and the firm is licensed to practice in Florida, New York, George, and Alabama. Although they pride themselves on aggressive representation and have significant trial experience, due to their background in arbitration and mediation, they appreciate and can explain effectively to their clients the benefits of a negotiated settlement, such as the length of time and the costs associated with a legal suit.
Brawer Hirsch worked with web design Miami online business specialists NetroStar Inc to design their new personal injury website. Brawer Hirsch and NetroStar have a long standing relationship for online services over the years.
The attorneys at Brawer Hirsch handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which gives their clients an affordable means of pursuing legal claims. Brawer Hirsch also provides a guaranty that if you do not agree to a settlement of your satisfaction or win in trial, their clients will not be responsible for any legal fees to the firm. The launch of their new personal injury website is an effort to continue educating the public on the availability of affordable representation, and how the legal process works.
Personal injury is not the only area of law that Brawer Hirsch practices in. They also have extensive experience in family law as well, handling cases that involve divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, and paternity.