No matter how you were injured—on the road, at work, using a product, in the passenger seat, even under the influence—we may be able to help you get the compensation you deserve. Read below to learn more about this practice area, or click here for answers to common questions.
Wrongful Death & Personal Injury
People generally have a responsibility to act in a reasonably careful manner. Failure to do so may be negligence. If you are injured by another's negligence—or if your loved one has been killed by another's negligence—you may be able to recover compensation.
Truck, auto, & motorcycle crashes
A crash can leave you unable to work and without transportation to get to work. Handling all the paperwork and dealing with insurance companies just compounds the stress. Make sure your interests are protected.
Companies that design and manufacture products have a responsibility to ensure those products are reasonably safe for consumers to use. If companies fail to do so, they may be liable.
Premises liability cases generally refer to situations where someone is injured by an unsafe condition on another’s property. Liability in these cases depends on a lot of different variables. Make sure you choose an attorney that knows how complicated these cases are.
Disability Rights—Abuse & Neglect
Sadly, people with disabilities may be susceptible to abuse and neglect. This can occur in police or jail settings, with minors in education settings, in long term care facilities, or in managing finances. This is unacceptable and we are committed to ending such injustices.
Military Wrongful Death & Contractor Claims
The military is a dangerous job. Even training activities have the potential to be dangerous. Military members—and their surviving family—are usually limited in the types of claims they can bring against the military. However, that does not mean obtaining justice is impossible.