Schiller & Hamilton - January 2020

Y our entire world is thrown into chaos after you get into an accident. On top of healing from injuries, you may be facing pressure from insurance companies, mounting medical bills, and stress over missed time at work. The expectations can feel like too much, but there are important steps we can help you take to get you back to your normal life. Your first step after a collision should always be protecting your well-being. Call emergency services and seek medical attention for any injuries you may have sustained during the accident. Only once you have ensured that you are safe and healthy — or on your way to healing — should you think about the next steps. Next, seek help from a qualified attorney. We always tell potential clients that it will never cost you anything to have a conversation with us about your case, but it could cost you everything if you don’t. We can prepare you for the onslaught that may be coming from insurance adjusters and collect any files, reports, and pertinent documents. In addition, we can give you our best assessment of the next steps you should take. We are also dedicated to working with clients to file property damage claims. Your vehicle is your lifeline, and when that vehicle is out of commission, for some clients, it can mean the difference between a regular paying job and unemployment. Our team will go to the trouble to ensure the settlements and repairs on your vehicle’s damage are done properly and swiftly. If necessary, we will work with agencies to provide you with a rental car. Our team will make sure your family is taken care of. Our main goal at Schiller & Hamilton Law Firm is to get you and your family back on your feet. Some clients can manage and afford a long legal process, whereas others may require a quick resolution that gets them back to life sooner rather than later. We can work with you to determine what steps need to be taken to get the justice you deserve on your own timeline. You are not alone after a vehicle accident. Let us help you navigate the chaos. Call Schiller & Hamilton Law Firm at 1.855.973.7206 to get started today. We’ve got your back.


include any actionable steps. Help your kids think of tangible ways to act on those goals. For example, if they want to be tidier, a good resolution might be for them to clean their room once a week or take responsibility for one household chore every day.

Don’t do all the work for them.

While it’s important for you to help your kids formulate their goals, be sure that you aren’t taking over. If they’re ultimately responsible for their resolutions, they’ll feel more compelled to keep them. Instead, suggest different goal areas they could improve, such as home, school, or sports, and let them elaborate. When it comes to creating habits, nobody is perfect, so even if your kids falter on their goals in the middle of February, don’t worry. The important thing is that you continue to encourage them every step of the way.








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