The dictionary defines “hope" as the belief in a positive outcome relating to the events and circumstances in one’s life. Hope implies a certain amount of despair; wanting, wishing, suffering or perseverance, believing that a better or positive outcome is possible even when there is some evidence leading to the contrary.
The term “false hope" refers to hope highly based on fantasy or an extremely unlikely outcome.
At the Law Firm of Reiff & Bily, our lawyers understand and respect the value of hope and the loss of someones dreams. It is our job to communicate the plaintiffs’ dreams and hopes to the insurance companies and ultimately to the juries who hear our cases. It is our job to prove what the plaintiff is capable of doing or was capable of doing prior to an incident and identify the compensation necessary for the plaintiff to recognize the fulfillment of his dreams and goals. The lawyers of Reiff & Bily are not afraid to ask the insurance companies or juries to fully compensate plaintiffs for the loss of their dreams and hopes.