Serious and fatal injuries. Pedestrian and slip-and-fall accidents. Dog bites. Insurance denials.
Car, truck, bus and commercial vehicle accidents. Motorcycle, bicycle and boating collisions.
Drug and theft crimes. Domestic violence and sex crime charges. Check fraud.
Drugged and drunk driving charges. Field sobriety, breath and blood tests. Loss of license.
Save a lot of time, stress and money by settling disputes out of court with a senior level mediator.
Arbitration is often used for the resolution of commercial disputes, including terms of employment or commercial contracts.
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Do You Have to Pay Taxes on Money Received from an Insurance Claim? It’s not uncommon for something to go terribly wrong which requires you to file an insurance claim. Most of us hate having to pay for insurance but when we receive money from an insurance claim following an accident or home damages, we breathe a sigh of relief that we had insurance, to … Read More
Do You Have to Pay Taxes on Your Lawsuit Settlement? Lawsuits can often become complicated and drawn-out. You may fight for months or even years just to finally get awarded your settlement. After all of that time and hard work will the satisfaction of finally getting your settlement be diminished by the IRS coming to take their dues? Often is the case that taxes end … Read More
Do You Have a Personal Injury Case? “Do I have a case?” is a question many people ask when they’ve been injured or lost a family member due to someone else’s mistake or carelessness. It’s a good question to ask because while you may deserve compensation for your injury or loss, doesn’t mean you have a successful personal injury claim. When trying to determine whether … Read More