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The Burgett & Robbins Philosophy

Every day each of us face needless dangers caused by the actions of others. Very often those dangers cause permanent injury or even death, destroying families, reducing the ability to provide for loved ones, or eliminating forever the chance to live a normal life.

The loss that you or your family suffer because of the negligence of someone else can never be reversed. Financial compensation is usually possible, but those responsible for compensating you may be large corporations, manufacturers, or insurance companies with massive financial and legal resources.

Under our American system of justice, you are entitled to the same rights as those companies. The law firm of Burgett & Robbins is committed to protecting your rights through proven excellence.

As a law firm, Burgett & Robbins is dedicated to representing those who have suffered injury due to the negligence of others. Our attorneys and retained investigators and technical consultants possess years of experience in handling cases involving product liability, wrongful death, highway design defects, automobile and boating accidents, negligence, construction accidents, and unfair insurance company practices.

We believe in your right to quality representation regardless of your ability to pay. Therefore, if we accept your case, we will commit all our legal resources to underwrite legal actions on your behalf and only deduct legal fees and costs from the amount which may be recovered.

We understand that even if yours is not a catastrophic loss, every injury causes pain and suffering. Every wrongful death brings grief and family crisis. Regardless of the extent of your loss, it may be the most important problem in your life. For this reason, Burgett & Robbins is fully dedicated to helping you. We believe that caring, compassion, and personal commitment are essential components of our legal services.

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