We will vigorously defend you against various criminal defense charges including DWI, theft and drug charges as well as violent crime charges including assault, murder and manslaughter.


Sometimes business disputes arise, and when they can’t be resolved through negotiation or arbitration proceedings, business litigation can be used as a way to remedy the situation. Whether it’s a private individual or a business entity that has a legal issue with another business entity.

  • CRIMINAL DEFENSE (Federal/State)

Includes: Insanity / Mental Defense, Automatism, Mistake of Fact, Intoxication, Necessity/Lessor Harm, Lawful Capacity of Office, Legal Duty, Self Defense, Duress


Applies to a broad range of laws and the associated litigation of civil law. Civil law is designed to settle disputes between individuals, organizations, associations, business entities, etc. General civil litigation defines the legal status of each party without criminal action and usually includes some sort of compensation for the plaintiff. The plaintiff is the person that files a pleading or files a complaint against the defendant. A dispute or complaint is normally settled by a lawsuit in which the plaintiff seeks reimbursement for damages, reparations for a Breach of Contract, compensation for injuries, business disputes, or a host of other issues involving reward, punitive damages, or contract violations to be decided by civil court proceedings.


Is a legal term for an injury to the body, mind or emotions, as opposed to an injury to property. The term is most commonly used to refer to a type of tort lawsuit alleging that the plaintiff’s injury has been caused by the negligence of another, but also arises in defamation torts. The most common types of personal injury claims are road traffic accidents, accidents at work, tripping accidents, assault claims, accidents in the home, product defect accidents (product liability) and holiday accidents. The term personal injury also incorporates medical and dental accidents and conditions that are often classified as industrial disease cases.


Is a claim in common law jurisdictions against a person who can be held liable for a death. The claim is brought in a civil action, usually by close relatives, as enumerated by statute. Under common law, a deceased person cannot bring a suit, and this created a loophole in which activities that resulted in a person’s injury would result in civil sanction but activities that resulted in a person’s death would not.