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We are proud that so many of our clients have repeatedly turned to us for counsel and representation, and we work hard to earn their loyalty every day.
Comprehensive Legal Support
Often, more than one area of expertise is required. With us, there’s no need to hire a multitude of attorneys. We can advocate for you in many areas of law.
We serve a wide range of clientele, and every client relationship is valued greatly. Each engagement benefits from the depth and breadth of our expertise.
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If you are involved in a lawsuit in which decision was not rendered in your favor, you can always seek the assistance of appeals lawyers and appellate attorneys to represent you in the court of law to perfect your appeal. No appeal is too large or too small for us to give it our full attention.
Accusations of theft or fraud are some of the most common crimes charged in Alabama. Property crimes can range from lower level offenses such as shoplifting or vandalism to high level felonies including armed robbery and arson. Some such crimes do not require the offender to make off with stolen goods or even to harm a victim - such as burglary, which only requires unlawful entry with the intent to commit a crime. Others require the actual taking of money or property. Some, such as robbery, require a victim present at the time of the crime.
The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ensures the right of U.S. citizens to keep and bear arms. However, it’s left up to individual states to decide their own gun control laws. Alabama strictly controls the kinds of weapons you can possess, decides who can possess them, and where you can keep, carry and use firearms. Weapons charges in Alabama can carry a lengthy prison sentence as well as consequences that last for a lifetime.
White Collar Crimes
"White collar crime" can describe a wide variety of crimes, but they all typically involve crime committed through deceit and motivated by financial gain. The most common white collar crimes are various types of fraud, embezzlement, tax evasion and money laundering.
For certain crimes in Alabama, the number of prior arrests you have had can elevate the crime from a misdemeanor to a felony. The same crime, if committed repeatedly, can lead to a felony distinction resulting in more severe penalties for conviction.
For other crimes, such as theft, the value of the item in questions may influence whether or not the crime is a felony or misdemeanor.
Small Claims Cases
Small claims cases are lawsuits between individuals or companies for $10,000 or less, and where no one is allowed to have a lawyer. General civil cases, usually involving suing someone for money in disputes over things like contracts, damage to property, or someone getting hurt.
Domestic cases involve jurisdictional divorce issues, marital property characterization, valuation and division, spousal and child support, child custody cases; paternity matters and prenuptial, postnuptial, and marital settlement agreements.
Breach of Contract, Landlord/tenant cases, where a landlord is trying to evict a tenant from a rental property or a tenant that has moved out is trying to get ore of his or her security deposit back from the landlord. Probate cases, which are generally about taking care of people and their personal affairs (like wills) and conservatorships for people who cannot take care of themselves or handle their own finances.
Personal Injury cases include but are not limited to: Wrongful Death, Car Wrecks/Auto Accidents/Truck Accidents (18 Wheeler), Drunk Driving Accidents, Slip and Fall/Trip and Fall, Negligence, Assault, Battery, Fraud, Bad Faith, Fire Damage, Denied Insurance Claims, Slander/Defamation, Residential and Commercial Construction, Product Liability, and Medical Malpractice