Our Legal Practice Areas
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Immigration law encompasses a wide range of situations that involve a person from another nation that enters the United States, whether for a brief visit or with the intention of settling permanently as a citizen or as a legal permanent resident.
Family law is the body of law that governs family-related issues such as child support, divorce, spousal support, civil unions, marriage and alimony.
During a marriage, a civil union, or a domestic partnership, issues may emerge that require the attention of the local courts.
Personal injury law is the legal field that deals with cases where one party causes harm to another, as a consequence of carelessness.
In personal injury law the harm must have happened as a direct result of the defendant's failure to fulfill their duty of care, which is commonly referred to as negligence.
Personal injury damages are reparations for injuries that are physical, emotional, or psychological in character.
Car accident law refers to the legal rules that determine who is responsible for the personal and property damage caused by a traffic collision.
While there are differences across states, vehicle accident victims must establish the same four fundamental components in order to get compensation. Duty, breach, causation, and injury are the four factors.
Workers' compensation refers to a system of laws outlining specific benefits to which injured workers are entitled, as well as the processes for collecting them.
Workers' compensation regulations are in place to guarantee that employees who are injured on the job get set monetary awards without having to go to court to pursue their claims.
Workers' compensation serves as a vital safety net for employees who are injured on the job or as a result of their employment.
Criminal law refers to the system of legal rules that define what conduct is classified as criminal and how the government can punish those who commit crimes.
The federal, state, and municipal governments all have penal codes that specify what crimes are prohibited and what penalties violators may face.
Fines, probation, or jail may be imposed on those who break federal, state, or municipal laws. Prosecuting attorneys, who operate on behalf of the government to enforce the law, file lawsuits against offenders.