| Personal Injury |
The death of a loved one is a traumatic and emotional time for you and your family. While money cannot replace your loved one, it can help you through the financial challenges associated with your trauma, including funeral expenses, pain and suffering, medical bills, lost earnings, financial support for minor children and loss of companionship. Wrongful death actions can be brought by spouses, children and parents of the deceased. Other family members may have a claim if there are no surviving spouses, children or parents. Our attorneys are compassionate and dedicated to helping you understand your options and obtaining the most favorable outcomes for your family during this troubling time.
The actions of health care professionals including physicians, nurses, and other medical providers must adhere to the proper standard of care. You may be entitled to compensation for preventable mistakes made through the actions or inactions of your providers. Preventable mistakes include, but are not limited to, misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose and surgical errors. Contact one of our experienced attorneys today to evaluate your medical malpractice claim.
If you have been involved in an automobile accident we can help you to maximize your recovery. We are experienced trial attorneys prepared to take your case to trial if insurance negotiations fail.
Slip & Fall
We can maximize the benefits to which you are entitled to if you have been injured as a result of a slip or fall.
Section 1983 Civil Rights Litigation
If you or your loved one’s civil rights have been violated we can help you recover and ensure that the violator is deterred from infringing on the civil rights of others through punitive damages.