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How can I determine if your law firm is the right law firm for me?

Our firm offers free, no-obligation consultations where we will review your case and outline the legal options available to you. You can contact us to schedule your free case evaluation by calling (888) 888-9285.

Who will be handling my case?

When you hire our firm, an experienced attorney will guide you through every step of the legal process. We pride ourselves on being attentive to the needs of our clients and are here for you 24/7/365.

What size cases do you handle?

Our law firm handles cases of all sizes, from simple to complex. We are experienced trial lawyers with the knowledge and resources to represent injury victims in all types of accident cases. Our attorneys are dedicated to obtaining justice for clients from all walks of life regardless of how large or small the matter.

What questions will be asked during my deposition?

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A pet shop may be the most convenient way to buy a dog. Buying a dog from a private owner allows you to assess the pedigree and upbringing of your dog before choosing to take it home. Lastly, finding your dog from a shelter, helps give a good home to a dog who may not find one so readily.

Will the information I share with you be confidential?

Yes. Because your communications with us are privileged, it is important that you make full disclosure of all pertinent facts of your personal injury claim (such as prior injuries), so that we can fully evaluate your case.

The information you share with us is protected by the attorney-client privilege and will remain confidential. This protection applies even when our legal representation ends or if you do not retain our firm.

Who brings a claim on behalf of children that are hurt?

Three common ways for a prospective owner to acquire a dog is from pet shops, private owners, or shelters.

A pet shop may be the most convenient way to buy a dog. Buying a dog from a private owner allows you to assess the pedigree and upbringing of your dog before choosing to take it home. Lastly, finding your dog from a shelter, helps give a good home to a dog who may not find one so readily.

What damages am I entitled to recover?

This depends on the type of case and the damages that have been sustained. If you have suffered injury and require medical treatment, past and future medical bills are recoverable, as are all past and future lost wages. You can also recover “general damages,” which include pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress, and inconvenience associated with the injury

In automobile collision cases, our clients are also entitled to recover the damage to their vehicle, as well as the “loss of use” of that vehicle for the time our client was without the use because it was damaged.

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