Due to serious health issues, Randell’s wife needed to use a wheelchair. The two were in a business, and he was helping her navigate the crowds. Suddenly, she tumbled down a step and fell forward. Because the carpeting was all the same color and the step was unmarked, it was impossible to see! Randell was distraught – and his wife suffered a broken wrist. When the business’s insurance company started making excuses and denied their claim, Randell turned to Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys.
Caylin didn’t have time to let an 18-wheeler crash derail her career or her life. The Andy Citrin team fought for her, making sure she got justice and closure.
After being rear-ended outside his trucking school, medical bills put Russell’s livelihood and his business in jeopardy. That’s when he called Andy.
On his way to an appointment, Michael T. suffered a severe, disabling injury because of a company’s negligence. Unfortunately, Michael had pre-existing conditions that complicated his recovery, and he faced a difficult and uncertain path forward. (Due to a confidentiality agreement, neither Michael nor Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys can discuss the specific details of his claim and injuries.)
After an employee dropped a heavy meat smoker on John in a store, he needed help paying his medical bills. That’s when he called Andy for help.
At 81 years old, Barbara lived an independent and active life. She never anticipated that a routine trip to a local superstore would change her life. As Barbara stood at the meat counter, a few employees were messing around while wheeling a large metal shelving unit filled with large metal pans and trays.
When another driver rear-ended his vehicle, disrupted his college studies, and caused prolonged pain and suffering, Brian knew he needed help. Learn how Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys got justice for Brian.
Read this client story and learn how the team at Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys helped June, an innocent victim of negligence, recover a fair settlement and peace of mind.
Madeline loved to pack her days with activity. She had recently retired and was enjoying every minute of her post-career life: gardening, selling homemade jams and jellies at the farmers’ market, spending time with her friends, children, and grandchildren, and working 30 hours a week as a food demonstrator.
On an unremarkable February morning, Tamara entered the intersection of Cottage Hill Road and Lakeside Drive in Mobile, Alabama. Suddenly, a massive construction truck pulled into the intersection, turned left, and hit her 1998 Buick Century head-on.