Personal Injury Law

Talk to Us-It's Free

Anyone can settle. We negotiate.

When you’re injured, the cost goes way beyond medical bills. It includes pain, suffering and loss of enjoyment of your life. It can affect your livelihood, your daily needs and expenses and even your relationships in lasting and subtle ways. With so much at stake, you need someone on your side of the table who knows how to get real settlements and win cases that account for the full long-term impact of your injury, including your pain and suffering.

The attorneys at Brown don’t simply settle injury cases. We investigate, negotiate and leverage your position until we’ve reached a settlement that compensates you for the true long-term consequences of your injury. We’ve negotiated groundbreaking settlements and won cases for clients who are suffering as a result of car accidents, cycling accidents, medical malpractice, hazardous property conditions, unsafe working conditions and other negligent acts.

We are compassionate listeners and passionate advocates for justice. If you’re suffering because of someone else’s carelessness, we can help you get the compensation you need to restore your health and well-being over the long term.


Multi-Million Dollar Wrongful Death Settlement Obtained

Medical Malpractice Settlement Negotiated Despite Preexisting Condition

Significant Settlement for Construction Worker Who Fell from Ladder


Have More Personal Injury Law Questions?

Get Answers


I was injured in a car accident. I am unable to work, have no medical insurance and I can’t afford an attorney. Please help.

Every case is unique and for this reason you should consult with an attorney to assess your personal damages. Losses from medical bills, decreased earning . . .

Continue Reading


My son was hurt while playing at a park near our house. The equipment was broken and there was no sign warning visitors. Should I sue?

If you have been injured due to an unsafe or dangerous condition that existed on someone's property, you may have a claim against them based on premise liability . . .

Continue Reading