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When an employee is hurt or becomes ill at their place of employment, worker’s compensation pays for a portion of their medical bills, lost wages, and rehabilitation costs. In addition, families of workers who pass away on the job are also given death benefits. If you or someone you know has been hurt or ill at their job, give us a call.
Probate is a legal procedure that entails validating and carrying out a will when someone passes away. Assets the decedent might leave includes, but are not limited to, real estate, bank accounts, financial investments, jewelry, personal property, or anything of value.
A contractual dispute typically arises when you or another party disagrees with the terms or definitions of a contract. Contractual issues, if not managed properly, can be expensive and time-consuming, leading to litigation, and harming your business relationships and reputation. If such a situation arises, let us help you.
In mediation, the parties involved are met with an unbiased, neutral third party to assist them in negotiating their disagreements. A mediator is not a judge, but rather a catalyst between the opposing parties to communicate the issues clearly. The parties have an opportunity to enter into an agreement themselves; the mediator does not make decisions for them.
Civil litigation is a dispute between parties that usually do not involve any criminal charges or penalties. These disagreements may be resolved through mediation, negotiation, or through the court system. Types of civil cases include, but are not limited to, employment, real estate, corporate, personal injury, or antitrust issues.
A criminal case is when a defendant is charged with a violation of the law that is considered to be illegal based on the state or other government entities. DUI, or driving under the influence, is a type of criminal case involving operating a motorized vehicle while having a blood-alcohol level in excess of the state’s limit. A person may also be impaired by drugs and similarly charged. If you or someone you know is facing such charges, we can help.
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