Making a legal decision about personal injury, family matters or a traffic violation can be difficult. To be comfortable with your options, you need answers. These FAQs are meant to provide basic information. They should never be substituted for legal counsel.
There are many factors that we consider in determining your legal rights. If you lost a significant amount of money in any kind of investment, there’s no risk in asking us to evaluate your case. We’ll help you determine if you have a claim, and what actions are best to take.
No, we never charge for an initial consultation. That’s what we’re here for, to help our clients evaluate or commence their cases.
Depending on your specific case, we will suggest the items you should bring with you once you’ve schedule a consultation. The necessary information you’ll need varies depending on the type of case and the issues involved.
Well, the first concern is for the medical safety of those involved. Make sure that you received medical care directly from the accident scene. Also be sure to get a copy of the police report case number and contact information from the officer on scene. Please bring all of this with you to our first appointment.
If you are not injured and are safely out of the way of the accident scene, taking photos of the accident could help you with your claims. Always be sure that you are not injured and are completely safe at the accident scene before you attempt to take any photos.
No. You may also pursue a “third-party claim” against the employee and his employer to obtain what worker’s compensation will not provide.
Oftentimes the healthcare providers will accept a letter of protection from us. This agreement basically states that we will pay them when your case is settled or tried to a jury.
We help people protect their rights, children and property when families cannot resolve issues or conflicts. Call our office at 704-887-4981 to schedule a free consultation and we’ll help you separate the emotion of your situation from the facts to keep you in the know and in control.
Yes, we do offer divorce law representation. Please call our office at 704-887-4981 to schedule an appointment and bring your divorce paperwork with you.
The minimum amount of time that you will have to wait for a divorce based on irreconcilable differences is 60 days after you have officially filed if you have no unmarried minor children and 90 days after filing if you have unmarried, minor children.