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Practice Areas

Practice Areas

Practice Areas

Our team of experienced attorneys is readily familiar with the following practice areas and we are available 24/7 to assist you!

Personal Injury

Our team of attorneys have favorably settled or won hundreds of cases for our clients. Personal injury cases include, but are not limited to:

  • Automobile accidents
  • premises liability*
  • slip & fall
  • dog bites*

A personal injury is described as any harm caused to a person, such as a broken bone, a cut, a bruise or slander. Any type of bodily injury as a result of an attack, negligence, or accident can also be categorized as the same, and you can file a lawsuit to recover damages from whoever is responsible for your injuries.

On average, 11,200 disabling accidental injuries take place every hour each year.

Falls are the most common accident at construction sites.

Each year, nearly 11,000 Americans suffer a traumatic spinal cord injury.
Many of them suffer permanent disabilities.

Workers Compensation claims are also handled by personal injury Attorneys. The purpose of workers’ compensation, is to provide assistance when a worker is harmed (including a worsened preexisting condition) that arises in the scope of employment. This means that anyone personally injured while working or through work-related matters. If payments from workers comp run out and you still need financial help contact our Personal injury Attorneys for options.
Personal injuries can also be any injury resulting from libel, slander, malicious prosecution, or false arrest, any bodily injury, sickness, disease, or death sustained by any person and caused by an occurrence for which the state, or anyone else may be held liable.

Employment Law

The area of law that covers all areas of the employer/employee relationship except for the negotiation process covered by labor law and collective bargaining.

Thousands of Federal, as well as state, statutes, administrative regulations, and judicial decisions make up employment law. Many employment laws, such as the minimum wage regulations, were enacted to protect the labor force. Other employment laws, such as unemployment compensation, take the form of public insurance.

Have you or someone you know been involved in hiring, firing, or other employment issues?

Employment law covers areas such as:

  • Collective Bargaining
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Unemployment Compensation
  • Pensions
  • Workplace Safety
  • Worker’s Compensation

Call today to speak with one of our experienced attorneys! (657) 232-3600