For more than 30 years, personal injury lawyer Kevin Coluccio has been working to protect seriously injured people and the families of those who have died.
His work has earned over $450 million dollars for injury and death claims.
Coluccio Law is dedicated to creating real and positive change in people’s lives and making our communities safer.
The law firm takes on a limited number of cases in order to offer high-quality, personalized legal service — and get the best possible result for each client.
Questions about a personal injury case?
A high school student was returning home from cross-country running practice when his car was rear-ended by a fully loaded semi-truck.
His car was pushed into the oncoming lane, where it was struck by another vehicle and caught fire. The student suffered serious burns on his head, neck and hands.
If you’ve been hurt, or a family member has died, because of someone else’ negligent or bad actions, you should talk to a personal injury lawyer.
Sometimes, injury claims can be quickly and fairly resolved with insurance adjusters … but remember, they are working for the insurance company — not for you.
We need to review the facts of your case before assessing the value. If you have been seriously injured, we will need opinions from your doctors and we may need expert witnesses to review the claim before we know the full value. If we are handling a wrongful death case, we will need to work with expert witnesses to assess the damages.
It is important to carefully assess all the details associated with a claim. A client cannot come back in the future and seek additional monies.
Please, be wary of any lawyer who would tell you what your case is worth before they know the facts.
A contingency fee means a lawyer only earns a fee by successfully resolving your case.
Personal injury lawyers usually take a percentage of the total amount of money you get at the end of the case. This means that lawyers have financial incentive to help you get the case done as successfully as possible.
It also means that we incur the risks of litigation: if we aren’t successful in your claim, we don’t get paid an attorney fee.
There is no one single answer, because it depends on a lot of factors: severity of injuries and future medical treatment, access to insurance policies, and other complications.
Some cases can be concluded quickly, but others take several years.