Spitzer Law Offices has been providing skilled legal representation to individuals and families throughout the Powell, Ohio & Argyle, TX areas, including the counties of Crawford and Marion since 2013. Led by Founder Joel Spitzer, our firm’s commitment to you arises from our commitment to our communities. Our team combines insights from our charity work with our personalized legal services in order to stay sensitive to your legal needs. We serve clients in personal injury law, criminal defense, and domestic law.
You can rely on our team to provide you with the professional guidance you need to understand your legal options and to choose from those options wisely. Spitzer Law Offices provides the rigorous representation you need and want, no matter how challenging your case may be. We offer an approachable and easy-access representation style designed to give you the professional and personal support necessary when dealing with stressful and often complex legal issues.
The compensation you pursue in a personal injury claim will be based on the facts and circumstances of your case, including the full extent of your injuries, the economic costs involved, the degree to which your life will be affected by those injuries, and whether you were partially at fault for the accident that caused them. Calculating all of your losses and damages can be a complex matter, especially when it concerns non-economic losses, such as pain and suffering, that must be quantified as well as when the effects of your injuries are expected to persist well into the future.
Because of the above, it is highly recommended that you work with an experienced attorney who knows how to handle all aspects of your claim, from proving fault to calculating damages to negotiating with insurers for a fair outcome. It is important to note that insurance companies are never on your side. Their representatives work for their employers in trying to deny or reduce liability for profitability reasons. Individuals who attempt to pursue compensation on their own from insurers without representation commonly secure less in insurance settlements than those who work with law firms.