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Areas Of Expertise
While nothing can make up for the heartache and grief you’ve suffered, we may be able to help you get the support you need.Learn More
Our firm represents companies both large and small that require the advice and representation of a law firm that can both solve and prevent problems before they become insurmountable.Learn More
Our experienced collection attorneys can help you limit your own liability and increase your chances of collecting the debt. If you take the debtor to court, our firm will help you secure a judgment, thereby increasing your chances of collecting the debt.Learn More
Construction companies are typically obligated to inspect each site with safety engineers and provide safety programs. Accidents still occur.
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Consumer Fraud litigation includes individual cases as well as class actions that have been filed throughout the country.
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Environmental litigation involves reviewing claims for injured persons and property damage caused by the discharge of numerous toxins from large and small companies.Learn More
INSURANCE BAD FAITH
Bad faith claims arise when a company with whom you have a contract fails to act within the terms of that contract.
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MASS TORT DRUG LITIGATION
Each pharmaceutical product is regulated and approved by the Food and Drug Administration before it reaches the consumer, and every year over 200,000 people die from using these drugs.Learn More
As a group doctors and nurses are professionals dedicated to helping alleviate the ailments that can plague mankind. Unfortunately, health care providers can also make mistakes.Learn More
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS
Every year millions of people are injured in motor vehicle accidents. Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of injury in the United States for people ages 1-34.Learn More
NURSING HOME ABUSE
An increasing elderly population has led to an increased nursing home population, and with this has come an increased incidence of nursing home negligence and abuse.Learn More
When someone is physically or emotionally injured, or their personal property is damaged, it is considered in law to be a “Personal Injury”.Learn More
The term "probate" refers to a "proving" of the existence of a valid Will, or determining who the legal heirs are if there is no Will.Learn More
SLIP AND FALL ACCIDENTS
In general terms, “slip and fall” accidents refer to situations where a person is injured by slipping, or tripping, and falling due to a dangerous condition on the premises.Learn More
SPINAL CORD INJURY
Over 10,000 people in the US suffer a spinal cord injury, also called SCI, each year. SCI is defined as any damage to the spinal cord that results in loss of function or mobility.Learn More
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Traumatic brain injury, also called TBI, occurs when the brain is injured by a sudden force, or trauma. The brain can be driven into the side of the skull by a sudden blow, or by the force of shaking or “whiplash”.Learn More
Laws passed by the state require that your employer, or your employer's insurance company, compensate you, or your family, for injuries or death that may occur while you are working.Learn More
Wrongful death is the term used when someone causes the death of another person. The death may be caused by the actions of someone or by their failure to act (neglect).Learn More