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Who is Aaron Waxman and Why You May Want To Contact Him?
Many of you may ask who is Aaron Waxman and why should I read his blogs. I have been practicing in personal injury and disability law for the last 14 years. I don’t represent insurance companies; I only represent those who are hurt and/or injured. I don’t take on every case as some claims lack merit.
I started my own firm on September 25, 2008 with one other lawyer and have been able to grow my firm to seven lawyers. As long as we are your lawyers, we only get paid when you get paid. Many of my lawyers practice personal injury; however, 90% of my caseload is devoted to long term disability law.
I understand that sometimes people don’t know who to ask or are too embarrassed to ask their questions. My philosophy is very simple and is twofold in nature:
You don’t have to be a client of my firm to ask me a question and there is never a charge for the answer; and
There are no bad questions.
Monday to Friday, I arrive early at my office to avoid the traffic and spend much of my morning answering emails and returning messages from people that I have never met. Even if the question is outside of my area of practice, I will always respond.
If you have questions about a Short Term Disability or Long Term Disability matter, regardless of the Province you reside in, write to me at email@example.com or call me at 416-661-4878. There is no charge for the call and the lawyers at my firm only get paid when you get paid.
The material written in this blog and the link to my email and website are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice, the practice of law, or endorsement of the content provided by any linked site. The use of the information above and/or the link to my website and/or email shall not be construed as constituting a solicitor and client relationship. A solicitor and client relationship is formed only after the client has executed a formal written retainer agreement prepared by the office of Aaron Waxman and Associates, P.C. Those who read the information above should contact counsel prior to acting on the information reviewed above.
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