Meet Attorney Paul Overett
Qualified & Experienced Legal Counsel
Attorney Paul Overett graduated from the prestigious Frank Gehry-designed
Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. The alma mater of famed local powerhouse
attorneys Johnny Cochran, Robert Shapiro, and Brian Kabateck, Loyola is
well known for producing some of the best injury litigators in the U.S.
with a very practical, real-world legal education.
Protectin Injured Victims From Big Insurance Companies
Most new law school graduates don't intend to become accident attorneys
because of the negative stigma from television commercials, movies, and
stories of ambulance chasing. Paul feels differently about the practice
area. He realized early in his career that insurance companies don't
care about people. Every movement, every decision insurance professionals
make is intended to reduce their exposure and save company money, thereby
showing more profit and increasing their shareholder's value.
Common results of the 'one-track mind' of insurance companies are
blind denials of valid claims, refusals to acknowledge injuries, property
damage, medical bills, rental cars, etc. This is where Paul gets his motivation.
He knows the rules and he knows how the insurance companies work. That
knowledge serves to maximize the recovery for legitimate claims and reduces
the administrative hassles and constant struggle that always occurs when
clients aren't properly represented or try to process their claims
Proven Representation and Focused Goals
personal injury attorney and entrepreneur since the year 2000, Paul manages his clients and his
staff like a well-oiled machine. The following are qualities and goals
that Paul strives for with every case and client.
1. Maximize Recovery
- Complete medical treatments
- Effective negotiation with insurance
- Proper use of litigation
2. Reduce Client Stress
- Quickly returns phone calls
- Handle property claims
- Negotiates reduced medical bills
3. Speed the Process
- Pre-ordered medical records
- File manager keeps an aggressive timeline
- Immediate demand after treatment