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If you are ever in need of legal assistance, choosing a lawyer to represent you may seem impossible. With a never ending pool of candidates, how do you know which firm will be the best fit for your needs?
Enter the multi-practice law firm. These firms deal in a variety of legal specialties and afford clients choices in areas of law that at times overlap. What are some of the practice areas firms such as this might offer? Whether you need help with an injury, a business issue or general legal advice, trusting a firm with options, like Hardison Wood, is usually your best bet for your current situation and future needs. Take a look at some of the practice areas larger firms may specialize in.
Personal injury claims arise out of unfortunate situations. When you get hurt due to some else’s negligence, you are probably going to need some help paying the bills and getting by, especially if you have to miss work for any length of time. A personal
injury attorney represents you, the victim, and advocates for your best interests. The most common areas of personal injury representation are:
- Premises liability
- Dog bites
- Vehicular accidents
- Wrongful death
- Defective consumer products
Your entitlement to compensation depends on many factors, and an attorney who specializes in this particular subset of law may help you recover what you need.
As a business owner, you need to have someone who knows how to deal with the many issues that come your way. These include, but are not limited to:
- Intellectual property
- Business formation
- Financial laws
Business law attorneys specialize in keeping your business on the straight and narrow as well as getting you the terms and provisions you need in contracts with clients, vendors, etc.
A work-related injury should be covered under your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. While things can go smoothly for a little while, you may start to feel like the insurance company is only out for their interests and not yours. You need someone to advocate for your rights and a workers’ compensation attorney can and will do that. If you suffer a work-related injury, you may be entitled to medical treatment, lost wages, and ongoing rehabilitation. An attorney is better able to negotiate the terms of your continued care and compensation with the insurance companies.
Law firms are at your service when you need them. Choosing an attorney at a firm with many options and specialties allows you to have a valuable resource should you need more help in the future.