Attorney Daniel Aiello works at Cellino & Barnes PC. His area of practice Auto Accidents, Bicycle Accidents, Broken Bones and Fractures, Dog Bites, Drunk Driving Accidents, Serious Injuries. Other than being a father and husband, representing injured people against insurance companies that devalue human life, fighting against them and bringing them to justice, is something I am very proud of.
After working for the largest insurance company in the tri-state area, I can tell you that all insurance companies follow the same model: to make money on premium dollars and pay out as little as possible. To do that, they hire the same doctors to say the same thing: that all of your injuries were pre-existing and not caused by the incident, or that your injuries are not that bad, etc. What most people don’t know, is that It’s really the big insurance companies and their hired defense lawyers calling the shots, rather than their insureds.
Here at Cellino & Barnes, I am able to take the insurance companies head-on. We have the resources to hire the right experts to go against their biased doctors. Personally, from working at insurance defense firms, I know where they’re going, so I can build a case around their defenses.
In fact, I have turned defense doctors against other defense doctors to secure an outstanding result for a client where the bodily injury insurance company said the surgery was not related to the incident, yet the no-fault defense doctor had.
I’m a firm believer of being creative. Fortunately, and with some creativity and thinking outside the box, very recently, I have secured settlements in difficult cases, including $250,000 for a client injured at a trampoline park by using another trampoline park’s safety video against them, showing that their warnings were insufficient; $450,000 for a woman who fell down stairs at a pet store, by arguing that the failure to preserve video footage was an effort to cover-up their negligence; $200,000 for a woman injured in a motor vehicle collision, by calling eye-witnesses early in the case to turn liability against the defendant; $100,000 for client who fell victim to a bar-fight where the bar’s insurance company originally said there wasn’t coverage because it was an intentional act, by doing a license search and proving that the defendant-employee was actually a bouncer and the defendant-bar never trained him as a bouncer; $193,000, for a client injured in a head-on collision against an insurance company that originally represented to me that the insurance policy was only $100,000.
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