Our Process

Our Internal Process & Roles

From the moment we agree to represent a new client and that client authorizes us to begin to work on their behalf, our team gets to work.  We exercise all of our resources to move the claim through the settlement and legal process as quickly as possible. We employ the latest technology in both computer systems and software to make sure each and every one of our cases is constantly moving. Our adversaries know, if we are representing you, your case is never neglected. Every file that comes into our office has a team of skilled professionals that have been trained to work on keeping that case moving forward.

Our Personal Injury Team Leader

Attorney Mitchell Proner directs the teams of associate attorneys, paralegals and support staff.   Our associate attorneys are involved in preparing initial pleadings, maintaining contact with the court, and filing all time sensitive documents. The associate attorney also makes the initial contact with the insurance carrier and attorneys that may oppose us on the claim.  We let all interested parties know we are representing our clients for all damages reasonably sustained from the accident including: past and future medical expenses, past and future loss of earnings, compensation for the effect the accident has had on the quality of life of our client from the date of the accident to the present and any compensation our client is entitled to for future suffering or loss of quality of life that our client made reasonably expect to experience at any time in the future.

Our Experienced Paralegals

A paralegal is also assigned to each file in the office. The role of the paralegal is to provide ongoing contact with each client to make sure that all medical records in the file are up to date and requested in a timely fashion.  The support staff assists the paralegals and associates and enters data into our “state of the art” advanced computer system.  Our computer system makes sure that every contact with the client is made in a methodical and pragmatic fashion. Clients are kept in constant contact with our office maintaining a special emphasis often at the beginning of the case when they may be actively healing and more involved with physicians, hospitals, physical therapists, and/or surgeons.

Overall Expectations

Our clients can expect us to keep them informed of all offers made on their case.  We always keep them up-to-date of any settlement negotiations and notify them if we file a lawsuit on their behalf. We always let them know what they can reasonably expect to obtain from the lawsuit. We return all our phone calls in a timely fashion.  We have live people answering our phones 24 hours a day and attorney Mitchell Proner is personally available to each and every one of the clients throughout the entire process. Learn more about how Proner & Proner can help you.


Last year we recovered over $15 million for our clients. With that money, our clients are able to pay their medical bills. They are getting their lives back on track after serious injuries and they are holding to account the people who wrongfully injured them.


$1,100,000.00 - Female, 35: Motorcyclist hit by oncoming traffic

Our client was riding on the back of a motorcycle going south when the defendant heading north made a left hand turn in front of the client, causing the accident.
Injuries: Fractured left leg which required surgery

We understand motorcyclists because we ride


$5,100,000.00 - Female, 43: Cyclist hit by truck

Our client was riding her bicycle when a truck was turning and came up onto the sidewalk. Our client went to back up and the truck struck her.
Injuries: Catastrophic injuries to entire right side of body below the waist resulting in amputation of the right leg and hind quarter; bladder rupture; multiple rib and spinal fractures.

$3,500,000.00 - Female, 33: Serious personal injury

Our client fell down the stairs and was knocked unconscious at a New York City
subway station.
Injuries: Fractured skull, subsequent seizure disorder.

$4,300,000.00 - Male, 63: Pedestrian hit by bus

Our client was crossing a street when a bus hit a car and the car spun and hit him.
Injuries: Traumatic brain injury; fractured shoulder.

$750,000.00 - Male, 35: Workers' compensation

Our client was changing a pump strainer on a hot air furnace when he stepped on a board and fell through the ceiling.
Injuries: Herniated disc which required surgery.