About Our Partners at SLD|
...and The Four Commitments We Make to Our Clients
Monheit Law is pleased to be working with Larry
Levin, Esq. and the firm of Shor Levin DeRita on workers compensation matters.
Together, let us help you.
The Real Lowdown:
There are Four Commitments We Make to Our Clients:
1. Honesty and plain talk. If we don't think we can provide significant
value, we won't take your case. We level with every person who is seeking
representation. We're not interested in signing up people whose case will not be
an absolute front burner priority.
2. Fast Action. It is critically important that momentum is established
right away. We will position your case immediately to the insurance company. By
aggressively pursuing your case, we are going to be in the best chance to obtain
a full and fair recovery in the least amount of time.
3. Stay in Touch. You have the right to know what's happening every step
of the way. Insurance companies will create delays in the hopes of getting you
to agree to a smaller settlement. We know you want to be kept in the loop and so
we make ourselves accessible to you. We are not averse to calling you and giving
you an update.
4. Keep the heat on the insurance company. There is not a week goes by
that your file isn't front and center. We are constantly balancing our client's
need for a full and fair settlement with the practical requirement that the case
is settled quickly. The only way to achieve that is to keep the insurance
company's feet to the fire.
About our partners at Shor Levin & Derita
For the past 23 years, SLD has demonstrated an
unwavering commitment to "the little guy". Their passion for helping those in
need continues to grow today. They know how difficult it can be to deal with the
bureaucracy of insurance companies. Big insurance companies don't want you to
know your rights. Many employers and even union brass don't want you to know
your rights. Insurance companies routinely-by policy-deny your claims, minimize
your claims, try to confuse you, and try to intimidate you. Even the lawyers who
represent the injured sometimes sacrifice your long term benefit for their short
About the Bulldog Lawyer Larry Levin, Esq.
"Many years ago, as a young lawyer, I worked for
an insurance company for a brief time. I was instructed by my supervisors on
several occasions to recommend settlements to injured workers that were not in
their best interests. I guess I was naive, but frankly I was shocked at the
callousness of these company executives. That situation was a real eye opener
for me. So I refused to make those kinds of recommendations, and I vowed from
that day forward to work for workers to make sure that employers and insurers
would be held accountable."
- Larry Levin