There’s a saying, “You don’t know you need it until it’s too late.”
That could not be more true than when it comes to handling personal injury claims and coverage. Don’t leave yourself unprotected when the unexpected happens.
In this episode, David Pulcini sits down with Christina A. Goldberg, ESQ, Shareholder and Attorney at Luhrsen and Goldberg, and Co-Founder of Law Power By Women to talk about everything you didn’t know, but need to know about the legal field of personal injury.
David and Christina discuss:
- What Christina handles in her practice
- How far back you can go to claim a injury and when you should start your claim
- The process Christina and her firm go through when a client reaches out to them for legal help
- The truth behind “We don’t get paid unless you get paid”
- What to expect after filing a personal injury claim
- Common mistakes people make when it comes to handling their own personal injury coverage
- And more
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About our Guest: Christina focuses her practice primarily upon Plaintiff’s Personal Injury, which encompasses, but is not limited to, car crashes, slip/trip-and-fall accidents, motorcycle accidents, catastrophic injuries, wrongful death, homeowner negligence, and other negligent injury claims. Christina also handles Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Litigation on behalf of doctors who have been unfairly denied payment by insurance carriers, and has also represented those who are disabled in Social Security Disability cases.
Christina has a long history of success in firm management and production. Prior to founding Luhrsen Goldberg, LLC with her partner, Julie S. Luhrsen, Esq., with whom Christina has reunited after the pair met and worked together from 2007 to 2009, Christina was the Managing Shareholder of the Law Offices of Barak & Goldberg, P.A.. In 2010, although a Plaintiff’s lawyer at heart, Christina was offered the opportunity to open, organize, and oversee the fourth statewide office for a very well-known Florida insurance defense firm. Two years later, having obtained very valuable insight into how, exactly, “big insurance” views the claims made by its insureds, Christina followed her heart and her talents back to Plaintiff’s work, representing individual victims of others’ negligence.
Christina earned her Juris Doctor degree from Stetson University College of Law in 2007, graduating in the top third of her class. While at Stetson, she served and competed in national competitions as a member of Stetson’s nationally ranked Alternate Dispute Resolution Board, and additionally served as a Teaching Fellow, a distinguished position only bestowed upon those students with an exhibited mastery of legal writing and research skills. Christina is licensed to practice before all Florida State Courts, Florida’s Second District Court of Appeals, is a Certified County Court Mediator, a Sarasota County Guardian ad Litem, holds memberships with the local Sarasota and Manatee County Bar Associations, is a Board Member of The Mark Wandall Foundation and is a member of the Florida Justice Association. She also previously served as an Advisory Board Member of the Lakewood Ranch YMCA.
Christina was born and raised in Sarasota and currently lives in the Lakewood Ranch area. She is the proud parent of one son.
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