Perlmutter & Schuelke is not about forcing you into a quick settlement. We don’t forget about you as soon as you become a client. We also don’t have case screeners to march the masses in and out of our office. When we offer you a free consultation, we mean a consultation with a lawyer. A lawyer with experience and is focused on you, your case, and doing what is right for your unique situation.
“I pride myself on explaining things to the client. If clients don’t understand something about their claim, they can’t make good decisions. We try to explain things in detail during meetings and in correspondence. That belief also goes to our website. We want to provide more information on our website, for clients and non-clients, than anyone else. We want you to know and understand what’s going on.” – Brooks Schuelke
Your personal injury case is different. Don’t settle for less.
Not all injuries are the same and everybody has different needs. You know that and your attorney should too.
For 20 years, the personal injury attorneys at Perlmutter & Schuelke have been helping accident victims and their families in Austin Texas get the benefits they deserve.
Whether pursuing a personal injury claim or defending an unjust suit, we believe our ultimate goal is holding wrongdoers accountable. We do this by aggressively pursuing a fair recovery for you to the fullest extent allowed by law. We do not seek more than the law allows, brag about our successes at the expense of others, or gratuitously offend the opposition. We have found that such short-sighted tactics often result in retaliation, unnecessary expense, and needless delays.
At Perlmutter & Schuelke, we are dedicated to improving the public perception of lawyers, one client at a time.
Get the benefits you deserve. Get the respect you deserve. Contact Perlmutter & Schuelke now and setup an appointment. Consultations with an attorney are free and if you don’t win, you don’t owe us anything.
In the News
Brooks Schuelke interviewed by KXAN news on distracted driving. APD looks to keep cops’ eyes on road: kxan.com