Areas of Practice2017-12-29T03:10:38+00:00

We offer a wide range of legal services with a focus on Civil Litigation and Criminal Law.

Civil Litigation

We specialize in litigation defense, employer representation and construction disputes.
The best way to avoid litigation is to handle issues like termination or demotion in an appropriate manner. We work with employers to assure they have the right policies and procedures in place to manage business risk, and avoid lawsuits and the distractions of litigation.

Our Litigation Defense attorneys represent corporate and private entities utilizing our substantial experience to achieve cost effective resolution of disputes. We are well prepared to defend bodily injury, property damage, products liability, economic loss and other claims in the broadest context, including mass torts and class actions.

Our attorneys involved in Litigation Defense regularly engage in negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and trials. We have the skill, experience, resources, judgment and work ethic necessary to resolve complex disputes effectively through settlement, dispositive motions in advance of trial or through trial to a final order, judgment or award, and appeal if necessary.

Criminal Law

If you have been charged with a crime, it can be overwhelming – like it is you against the world. In these situations, it is vital to protect your legal rights and to level the playing field with help from an experienced criminal defense attorney.

We offer strong legal representation to clients facing a wide range of Federal and State criminal charges. Our firm is prepared to handle every type of case including petty offenses, Internet crimes, white collar crimes, vehicular homicide, sex crimes, murder charges and DWI defenses.

If you or a loved one has been arrested and charged with a crime, this is a defining moment in your life. Do not leave your future, or the future of a loved one, to chance. Leave it in our hands.

If you are convicted of a crime, that conviction becomes part of your permanent record, accessible by law enforcement and government agencies as well as by civilian employers. A conviction may subject you to supervision by probation, fines and even imprisonment. For these reasons, all criminal matters from major felonies to misdemeanor traffic violations must be treated as if your life or at least your future depends upon the outcome, because it often does.

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