When I first spoke Mitch Abdallah about my case, I was worried it was a total long shot. Family and friends had been gently suggesting for weeks that it might be time to let my claim go and move on, but I just couldn’t. I paid Mitch for a consultation and told him, “Tell me the truth about whether or not I have a claim.”
Long story short, he thought I had something, too. As soon as he began representing me with the insurance company’s lawyer, my claim started being taken more seriously. Ultimately, through the mediation process, Mitch helped me recover more money than he initially thought would even be possible. It speaks to his experience that he was able to align my expectations right from the beginning, and then over-deliver. The settlement wasn’t as much as I hoped, but I have zero experience with this, and I was getting absolutely nowhere with the insurance company’s lawyer on my own.
At one point during mediation when I was incredibly frustrated, I talked about leaving the offer on the table and walking away from the whole thing without taking any money at all because I was afraid of the strings attached to taking the money. Mitch was very calm and focused and kept my feet on the ground. There’s no doubt that my settlement yesterday happened only because I retained Mitch and followed his advice, especially through difficult moments.
My health, relationships and business suffered as a result of carrying this legal fight for the past 11 months. No one can make me whole again but myself. For me, in order to move forward, I needed a chance to put up a good fight. I may not have gotten a Hollywood-movie-worthy settlement, but I also prevented myself from getting totally walked on by an insurance company, I had the chance to ask questions that have plagued me for months, and surprisingly, I actually got answers.
It’s worth it to pay for a consultation with Mitch Abdallah. After my experience with him, I’d trust him to review your documentation and then tell the truth about the legal viability of your case. Even if he tells you don’t have a legal case, it’s worth it to discover that if only so you can move forward with your life. But if you find out that you do have a case, Mitch will make sure people take you seriously.