Personal Injury Practice Areas

  • Auto Accidents

    Accidents involving cars are among the leading causes of injury and death in America. No matter whether the car accident injuries that you sustained were the fault of a distracted driver who was texting while driving or a rear-end accident caused by a drunk driving, you should not be forced to suffer in [...]

  • Slip/Trip and Fall

    Did you trip / slip and fall on a slippery / uneven / cracked surface? The owner of the property where you slipped / tripped and fell is liable for your injuries. If this surface was not properly maintained and was a potential hazard, then the owner [...]

  • Products Liability

    If you have suffered from a defective product, you could likely have grounds to pursue what is known as a product liability case. This can involve everything from defective tire and can even involve product recalls for medical devices. To ensure that your rights are being [...]

  • Construction Site Accidents

    Construction workers face a greater risk of work-related injury than any other industry in the United States. In addition to bringing forward a workers’ compensation claim to get financial recovery from your employer, a third party, such as suppliers or a maintenance company, may be held accountable for your accident, you could pursue a lawsuit [...]

  • Medical Malpractice

    We are placing our trust into the hands of medical professionals every time that we visit a doctor's office, go to a hospital or otherwise deal with a professional in the medical industry. Should these professionals be negligent, careless or reckless, they can cause serious injuries [...]

  • Dog Bites

    Animals such as dogs are enjoyable companions; however, they are not always completely safe. There are several large breeds that are notoriously known to be aggressive, but they are not the only danger. Dogs of any breed, age or gender can be aggressive if they are handled, [...]

  • False Arrest Assault

    A false arrest potentially violates both federal civil rights law and state common law. Although the basic definition of false arrest is the same under federal and state law, the procedural rules governing false arrest claims under federal and state law are very different and must be complied with strictly or the person's case will be thrown out of [...]