HOW WE HANDLE YOUR CASE
After suffering a personal injury, you may be wondering what to do next. The first step is to contact a personal injury attorney who you can count on. At The Rode Law Office, our attorneys handle your case with confidence so that you can focus on recovery. When you work with us, the first thing our attorneys do is give our clients a list of dos and don’ts during the legal process. This helps guide clients on best practices so that they can get the outcome that they need and deserve.
Throughout the entirety of your case, the door for communication will be kept open. We speak to our clients at least once every three weeks so that we can stay in the loop on your recovery process and take note of your progress. We’ll always be available to answer any questions or concerns that arise throughout your case, and you may have many. The legal system can be complex and confusing.
You may be wondering how long it will take for your personal injury case to be resolved. The answer is dependent upon a myriad of factors, including the length of your recovery time and how insurance responds to your claim. You can rest assured that no matter how long it takes to get you the fair compensation you deserve, our personal injury attorneys will be by your side to defend you.
CASES WE REPRESENT
After decades of successfully representing clients, we have established a strong history of experience in a focused range of personal injury cases, including:
- Automobile Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Tractor Trailer Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Medical Malpractice
Our personal injury attorneys and team will work on your case from start to finish. With a proven process for client recovery, we’ll manage your case to ensure the best outcome for you available under the law. If you are located in Tulsa or Sapulpa, Oklahoma, as well as Broken Arrow, Sand Springs, or Owasso, contact The Rode Law Office today. Don't handle your personal injury case alone. Our attorneys will work with you to get you the fair compensation and resolution that you deserve.