Personal Injury

If you have been injured through no fault of your own, due to someone's negligence, you have the right to seek fair and just compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and pain and suffering. Our firm provides injury victims with aggressive representation and are ready to go to trial to secure the full recovery you are entitled to. We are a small firm with the skills and knowledge to achieve big results for our clients.

Although they are called "accidents," automobile crashes are most often caused by someone else's wrongful action or inaction. This occurs when there is simple negligence, where someone was supposed to do something and doesn't, or willful misconduct, where someone intends to act in a reckless manner and causes damage. Regardless of the type, if someone causes you harm and they didn't do what they were supposed to do, you may be entitled to recover for the damages incurred.

The only thing worse than having to go to the doctor is having a doctor that causes you harm. Our firm helps sort through the facts to determine what really happened and make sure that you get the treatment, care, and compensation you need in order to deal with these unnecessary injuries.

Sometimes the circumstances surrounding another party's bad acts cause catastrophic injury or even death. Catastrophic injury is an injury that permanently prevents an individual from performing any gainful work. The types of injuries can vary greatly, as can the severity of it. When the injury is so great that loss of life occurs and it's as a result of another's negligent or deliberate behavior, it can be considered "wrongful death." The types of causes range from a negligent surgeon to a drunk driver. While no amount compensation can replace a loved one, wrongful death laws are crafted in order to help a victim's family gain financial stability following a catastrophe.

Property owners have a duty to make sure that their property is free from hazards. This applies whether it is a public area, such as a store, shopping mall, or park, or a private area, such as a personal residence or an office building. Unfortunately, not all property owners take the necessary precautions to make their property reasonably safe. If a property owner breaches this duty and you were injured as a result, you may be able to recover damages in order to be made whole again.