The Help You Need After The Injury Case Is Won
While winning a court case is a necessary first step, the judgment in no way guarantees that you will be paid the money you are owed. Whether you are a business, municipality or individual injured in an accident, you are entitled to recover the money damages that the court ordered.
At Salaman Law (A Professional Corporation), firm founder Drew Salaman understands the frustration that results when a party fails to uphold their financial obligations. Whether due to a settlement or courtroom litigation, monetary collections often require the guidance of a legal professional. Attorney Drew Salaman has more than 40 years of experience representing clients in a broad range of collection matters. With several books published by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, attorney Salaman is recognized as a trusted legal resource on the subject.
Based on our reputation and record of success, the city of Philadelphia recently entrusted Drew and his team with the responsibility of collecting thousands of judgments that have gone unpaid for years.
Personal injury cases cover a wide range of accidents, injuries and awards. While Drew is not a personal injury lawyer, he can represent you in your attempt to recover monetary damages owed you after a:
- Motor vehicle accident, involving cars, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles or pedestrian collisions
- Slip and falls, including accidents and injuries in grocery stores, department stores, apartment complexes, parking garages and shopping malls
- Medical malpractice lawsuit, including birth injuries, surgical errors, emergency room errors and faulty medical devices
Not sure if what your chances for recovery are? Call Drew or email and get a free assessment of your case.
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If you have received a judgment but are not receiving the payments you were awarded, schedule a free consultation to discuss your matter. The collection of personal injury awards are most successful when handled by a skilled and experienced attorney. Call Drew Salaman, judgment enforcement lawyer, at 215-642-0731. You can also connect via confidential firm email.