• Automobile Accidents
  • Slip-Trip and Fall
  • Dog Bite
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Ladder and Scaffold Cases
  • Defective Products
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Truck Accidents


Criminal Court including DWI, DWAI, DUI, violent crimes, sexual offenses, drug charges, property crimes and white collar crimes.  We handle felonies,  misdemeanors and violations. Our attorney know the ins and out of the court room and changing laws. Put our knowledge to work for you.

Traffic Court including traffic tickets for a range of violations such as speeding, broken or missing headlights/taillights etc. Any traffic stop that results in a ticket we can handle! We advise having an attorney present for these tickets solely due to the fact that individuals whom are unrepresented at court tend to see higher fines, points added to your license or traffic school added to your sentence.  In most cases wont even be required to go to court, simply meet with our office to discuss the tickets and we take it from there! Payment is due before clients court date.  Fees start at $250 and increase due to clients driving history and tickets issued

Last Wills and Living Wills aka Healthcare Proxy. At our office we make getting your Last Will a simple process. First we send you a questionnaire, which you fill out on your own time. Next we will take your questionnaire and turn it into a “draft Will”. At this point you will come into the office and finalize the Last Will with either of our attorneys.   Having a Living Will is also very important. This is also called a Healthcare Proxy, and can determine your fate when you are not able to. If you are in a coma or mentally unable to make life altering decisions your Living Will comes into play. It lays out who is eligible to make these tough decisions based on your wishes. Fees start at $100 for a basic Will and increase due to size of the estate. Payment is due upon signing of the Final Will.

Out office can also Probate an Estate. Probate is the legal proceeding in which a court determines how an estate will be divided. The court will follow your Last Will and Testament in distributing your property, unless it is contested by your heirs. Some people think having a Will avoids Probate. This is not the case. A Will is used in probate to determine who receives what property, who is appointed guardian to any minor children and who will be responsible for carrying out the wishes contained in the Will.

Power Of Attorney aka POA