WORKERS' COMPENSATION
“Workers’ compensation” refers to both the benefits that employees injured on the job are entitled to and the method for obtaining those benefits. Workers’ compensation laws are set by each state and these laws can vary from state to state. Additionally, the federal government has workers’ compensation laws for federal government employees and employees in certain types of jobs. read more >>

Please read our frequently asked questions; Can I Sue If My Employer Disputes My Claim? and Can My Employer Retaliate Against Me for Seeking Workers’ Compensation Benefits?
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
The Social Security Administration oversees more than retirement income. The Social Security Disabilities Act governs the Social Security monetary benefits, which are determined by your age and current income. If you are permanently disabled and are also unable to work for at least one full year due to a medically determined physical or mental condition, or if your condition will result in death, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability. read more >>

Please read our frequently asked questions; How may a Social Security lawyer help me in the appeals process? and Does my disability have to be permanent to receive Social Security Disability Benefits?
REAL ESTATE
Real estate is covered by both federal and state laws. State laws differ on a number of issues. As a result, it is important to protect your interests by retaining an experienced real estate attorney for routine as well as complex transactions. This overview will discuss topics that are important in understanding real estate law. read more >>

Please read our frequently asked questions; What is a deed? and What is a disclosure statement?
PERSONAL INJURY
There are various ways that Personal Injury may result. Personal Injury may be caused by defective or dangerous consumer goods, motor vehicle accidents, slips and falls or even animal attacks. Personal injury attorneys are experienced with recognizing the strengths and weaknesses of your case. They know before you pursue legal action if you have a potential case and what would be needed to make it stronger. read more >>

Please read our frequently asked questions; Do I have a winnable Personal Injury case? and How long do I have to file a lawsuit?
WRONGFUL DEATH
Wrongful death occurs when companies or individuals are negligent or either of these are found to have misconduct in their duties to others. These include car accidents, medical malpractice, occupational accidents and others. Statutes are in place for every state to establish procedures for bringing actions against the responsible party or parties; in this case, it is called a Wrongful Death Statute. read more >>

Please read our frequently asked questions; Are the parents of unborn children able to file suit in a wrongful death? and How do they determine if the death may be punishable by criminal action? What is the difference between the civil and criminal cases that can be filed?
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), someone is involved in a car accident every ten seconds in the United States. This high frequency of car accidents makes motor vehicle accidents the most common personal injury cases in the courts today. In most states, motor vehicle accidents are covered by negligence law, although some states have laws (known as "no-fault" laws) that state that the driver that caused the accident is irrelevant to the case. read more >>

Please read our frequently asked questions; Do I have a winnable Personal Injury case? and How long do I have to file a lawsuit?
CRIMINAL DEFENSE
Criminal law covers “public wrongs”, or offenses against the public and order. The federal, state, and local governments all define these laws and prosecute people who commit these crimes. Public wrongs range from traffic violations to the most serious offenses such as rape or murder. Those charged with a crime all called “defendants”. They are represented by defense attorneys, while the government that charges the defendant is represented by an attorney called a “prosecutor”. read more >>

Please read our frequently asked questions; Who is a prosecutor? and How does a prosecutor decide whether to charge an individual with a crime?
ESTATE PLANNING
Estate planning, which includes legal documents like wills, trusts, and powers of attorney, is the process of preparing instructions on how to manage your assets after your death. State and federal laws apply to estate planning, and so do taxes. In order to protect your assets, it may be necessary to create legal entities such as limited liability companies (LLCs) or family partnerships. read more >>

Please read our frequently asked questions; What is a will? and How can I revise my will?
CORPORATE / BUSINESS LAW
Starting a new business or becoming a business owner for the first time can be extremely confusing. A successful business owner must consider a number of complex factors. The laws covering these issues are very different from state to state and from city to city. New business owners should definitely consult with an attorney with experience in business law. read more >>

Please read our frequently asked questions; How does my debt-to-equity ratio affect my ability to get financing? and What should I do before choosing a name for my enterprise?