Skilled, cost effective and experienced. That sums up our team of African American attorneys serving the entire United States, Washington D.C. & Puerto Rico. The African American attorneys in our nationwide network have been providing excellent comprehensive legal services to businesses, families and individuals throughout the country for several decades.
When you are facing any type of legal issue you should not go through the situation alone no matter how minor the case may seem. You absolutely need the legal services provided by our skilled African American attorneys. They handle all types of legal cases including but not limited to; animal attacks, auto accidents, bankruptcy, business law, car accidents, civil rights, construction accidents, construction law, criminal defense, dangerous products, defective products, DUI, DWI & OUI defense, employment law, family law, harmful medications, personal injury, medical malpractice, medical negligence, slip and falls, tractor trailer accidents, traffic tickets, trucking accidents, workers’ compensation cases and wrongful death. Please contact our team of African American attorneys. Our team of African American attorneys will provide you the legal help, information and representation you deserve. Please work with our team of African American attorneys to find out more about our affordable legal services, fighting for and protecting your rights and how they can help you.
Where Our Skilled Black Lawyers Serve
No matter what state your legal issues are in our team of African American lawyers can help as they serve all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Washington D.C. including: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida,Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C., West Virginia, Wyoming and Wisconsin.
African American Auto Accident Attorneys
In the unfortunate event you are injured in an auto accident you may be entitled to various benefits depending on the circumstances surrounding the accident, the extent of your injuries, the type of vehicle that hit you and who caused the accident. Our African American auto accident attorneys can help you get those benefits. There can be a single party at fault or multiple at fault parties. Some of the numerous benefits you can potentially be eligible for are vehicle repair costs, medical bills (current & future), lost wages (current & future), death benefits, funeral benefits, loss of companionship benefits, loss of parental guidance benefits.
To ensure you receive all benefits and compensation you are entitled to it makes sense to consult with our skilled African American car accident lawyers very soon after the accident. Our team of auto accident injury lawyers will work on your behalf and make sure that your legal rights are protected throughout this emotionally and psychologically trying time. They will also strive to get you the full, fair and just compensation for your loss.
African American Bankruptcy Attorneys
The Bankruptcy Code exists, in part, to serve those who need a fresh financial start. Unfortunately, bankruptcy misconceptions, the costs and consequences of filing and knowing the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 keep many people from considering what may be their best way to obtain financial relief and the weight of massive financial debt due to loss of job, divorce, death of a spouse, medical bills, being injured, etc.
In order to legally qualify to practice bankruptcy law, an attorney must be admitted in the federal bankruptcy court or district court (depending on local practice) of the state where the bankruptcy case is filed (most of the time this is where the person filing lives.) However, in order to effectively practice bankruptcy law, much more is required. Bankruptcy practice is completely different than any other area of legal practice. It is largely governed by the Bankruptcy Code and Bankruptcy Rules of Procedure. In most cases, the amount you owe and how you acquired your debt is insignificant. What you own, the amount of your income, and how and when you transferred money or property before filing are, however, significant issues. Thus, the responsibility for a debt or obligation, a concept that is at the heart of civil law and legal training, is largely without significance in the bankruptcy realm. Instead new rules come into play and exemptions, preferences, and priority of debt take on major significance.
What’s more, bankruptcy law is constantly evolving. Within the last few years the Bankruptcy Code was dramatically altered. Rules applying to Bankruptcy have been amended numerous times since then. Court cases are constantly decided which make even more changes to this body of law. Any attorney practicing bankruptcy law must be able to devote the time and attention necessary to stay abreast of these changes.
The African American bankruptcy attorneys on our team have many decades of collective experience practicing bankruptcy law. Along with our educated and knowledgeable support staff, we insure that we provide the most effective representation possible. In bankruptcy, it is very important that you make knowledgeable and informed decisions and take deliberate and educated actions. We use the leading resources and software in the bankruptcy practice arena and take great care to insure that our attorneys are updated with the latest information to guide you in your planning and decision making.
The initial consultation with one of our firm’s bankruptcy attorneys costs nothing and can answer many of your questions on how we can benefit you, including the Affects of Bankruptcy on your credit, the Process Involved in Filing For Bankruptcy, and Preparation For Bankruptcy. To speak with one of our experienced African American bankruptcy attorneys, contact us today.
African American Birth Injury Attorneys
Studies by the U.S. Health & Human Services show that African American and or black babies have a much higher infant mortality rate than white babies. They are also more at risk for birth injuries and or birth defects for various reasons. Regardless, there is nothing more traumatizing to a parent than having any type of health issues with your newborn baby. If your child was born with a birth injury, birth defect or stillborn you may be entitled to benefits and significant financial compensation. Please contact our black birth injury lawyers for a free case evaluation.
Common birth injury lawsuits and birth defect claims our African American child injury attorneys handle are Brachial Palsy, Cerebral Palsy, Erb’s Palsy, shoulder dystocia, meningitis, cleft palate, breech birth, forceps injuries, blunt force trauma, facial paralysis, macrosomia, kernicterus, congenital heart defects, Down Syndrome and neural tube defects. There are others and all warrant reaching out to our birth injury attorneys handling malpractice, negligence and birth injury claims nationwide.
African American Cancer Injury Lawyers
Studies by the American Cancer Society show that in 2019 over 202,000 African Americans would be diagnosed with cancer. Of those, just over 73,000 died from cancer. The most common cancers for black people are lung cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, colorectal cancer and prostate cancer. Genetic, diet and lifestyle absolutely play a part in developing cancer. That said, in many cancer cases the true culprit was medical malpractice, medical negligence, unsafe medications and exposure to carcinogens at home or in the workplace.
In terms of medical malpractice cancer lawsuits a common scenario is your doctor, hospital or medical facility not properly getting a medical history from you. This can lead to an inaccurate diagnosis, delayed diagnosis or a misdiagnosis. These medical mistakes can allow treatment windows to be missed as the cancer will advance to the next stage (there are 4 different cancer stages for most cancers). Examples are mistaking asthma or emphysema for lung cancer and not correctly diagnosing the lung cancer in time to control it or get rid of it. Cancer misdiagnosis claims are the most common ground for medical negligence lawsuits in the United States. In cases of misdiagnosing cancer the lawsuit is filed by our African American cancer misdiagnosis attorneys against the hospital, doctor, oncologist or cancer center where diagnostic error occurred. In many medical misdiagnosis claims there can be more than one liable party.
Medications such as Zantac, Ranitidine, Prilosec, Nexium, Truvada, Valsartan, Metformin, Riomet ER and other harmful medications can cause various cancers. Common examples are breast cancer, lung cancer, leukemia, lymphoma, testicular cancer, brain cancer, kidney cancer, bladder cancer and others. Each of these drugs are known to have the carcinogen N-nitrosodimethylamine, abbreviated NDMA. Billions of dollars have been set aside by the drug makers as part of a court ordered settlement. These cases differ from cancer misdiagnosis lawsuits as in harmful medication cases the manufacturer of the medication is who the cancer injury lawsuit is filed against.
A third type of cancer lawsuit our African American injury attorneys handle is cancer due to exposure to a toxic substance. These harmful products can be found in the home or workplace. The commonly used herbicide Roundup, made by Monsanto, contains glyphosate which is a very harmful carcinogen. Bayer, the company who owns Monsanto, has been ordered to pay more than $2,000,000,00 in damages to the thousands of cancer victims nationwide. Roundup is known to cause non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma as well as other lymphomas, leukemia, blood cancer and others. Roundup is used in the home and office and has more than one dozen variations for at home garden use to farms and giant agricultural areas.
Other examples include breast cancer due to leakage in Allergan breast implants, ovarian cancer due to Johnson & Johnson baby powder and talcum powder and mesothelioma brought on by asbestos.
African American Brain Injury Lawyers
Serious accidents of many types can result in a brain injury to the victim. These accidents can be auto accidents, biking accidents, pedestrian accidents, workplace accidents, medical malpractice, medical negligence, sports injuries, premises liability accidents and assaults. As the brain is 1 of 2 body parts that make up the Central Nervous System (CNS) you may never recover from any type of brain injury such as a concussion, skull fracture, traumatic brain injury, brain injuries due to oxygen deprivation and others. The brain is made of up of 4 lobes: the frontal lobe, occipital lobe and 2 temporal lobes. Within these 4 lobes are different parts of the brain all of which serve different purposes and are responsible for certain functions. Examples are the pons, midbrain, hypothalamus, limbic system, brain stem and pituitary stalk. Please contact our black brain injury attorneys immediately to discuss your rights and how they can help you get the compensation you need to get through the rest of your life.
African American Attorneys Handling Civil Rights Cases
Have you had your civil rights violated anywhere in the USA, Puerto Rico or Washington D.C.? If so, you need the help of our skilled African American Attorneys handling civil rights claims. Over the course of their legal careers our civil rights lawyers have handled cases on behalf of individual citizens against government officials, government agencies, public institutions, and private employers for violations of the individual’s rights under the United States Constitution. These include police abuse, prison abuse, foster care abuse, school abuse, abuse in mental health institutions, sexual assault, racial profiling, racial discrimination, harassment based on race, pregnancy discrimination & religious discrimination. In addition, our team of African American civil rights lawyers have also represented many plaintiffs in cases against police officers and police departments for the use of excessive force, illegal searches and seizures, false arrests, and related abuses of power.
African American Construction Law Attorneys
Our team of African American construction law attorneys been skillfully representing builders, contractors, subcontractors, homeowners, and home improvement companies across the United States for years.
From representing clients before administrative boards to preparing contracts to filing mechanic’s liens, our attorneys provide cost effective legal services covering the spectrum of construction law issues.
After hours and weekend appointments are available to meet with a construction law attorney from our firm.
African American Criminal Defense Attorneys
Being a suspect or being charged with a serious crime is frightening for all and in many cases even more so for people of color. A criminal conviction for assault, battery, drug crimes, DUI, property crimes, sex crimes, traffic violations, violent crimes, weapons offenses or any other criminal charge(s) could cost you your freedom, your reputation, custody of your children and your livelihood.
You need legal services from a law firm well known for providing aggressive, results-oriented criminal defense. Experienced in both state and federal criminal cases our African American criminal defense attorneys are dedicated and tenacious advocates for the accused and can handle a wide range of criminal defense cases including DUI, DWI & OUI, misdemeanors and drug possession.
Placing your criminal defense in the competent hands of our African American criminal defense lawyers gives you the best chance of obtaining the best possible positive outcome. Find out more by contacting our nationwide network of African American criminal defense attorneys.
African American DUI Defense Attorneys
Are you facing DUI charges of any kind? If so, you stand to lose a lot if convicted. Consuming alcohol is a very common activity at colleges and universities even though it is illegal to consume alcohol under the age of 21. Many times after indulging in alcohol you may decide to operate a motor vehicle. Not only is this incredibly dangerous as someone could get hurt or killed in an accident but it is also illegal. If you are are caught driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol you can be arrested. A DUI arrest will most likely impact your academic status and can quickly become very expensive and complicated legally. If you have been charged with DUI in any state, Washington DC or Puerto Rico you need the help of our DUI attorneys.
Please contact our African American DUI attorneys and African American DWI defense lawyers regarding your pending DUI case. They can be reached via email here. By retaining a skilled DUI attorney you will feel better knowing that your rights will be protected. Our network of DUI defense attorneys serve those facing DUI, DWI, OUI, OVI and all other types of driving while impaired charges across the country. Connect with us immediately should you, or your child, be facing any of the following DUI charges: DUI, DWI, OUI, BWI, DUI roadblocks, Juvenile DUI, Felony DUI, Ambien DUI, Cocaine DUI, Drugged Driving, Marijuana DUI, BAC Test Defense, Field Sobriety Test Defense, Breath Test Refusal, DUI With Property Damage, DUI With Child In Car, DUI With Physical Injury or Death & DUI With Drugs In Car.
A DUI, DWI or OUI in most states can be deemed either a misdemeanor or a felony. For the most part that depends on your previous DUI and criminal records and the circumstance surrounding your DUI. Regardless, if convicted you will face fines, court costs, attorney’s fees, possible jail time and possible expulsion from school. In some cases your charges may be able to be dismissed or lessened. Again, that has to do with the exact circumstances of your DUI arrest. By retaining our African American DUI defense attorneys you will be assured that your rights are protected throughout the entire legal process. Enlisting the aid of an experienced African American DWI defense lawyer will ideally help your case by achieving the best possible outcome.
African American Employment Law Attorneys
Every worker has the right to fair and unbiased treatment in the workplace. Most employment laws and labor laws are federal laws but each state also has some of their own.Representing clients in all aspects of the employment relationship, our African American employment law attorneys have been recognized and commended by clients and colleagues alike for their past accomplishments, straightforward advice, practical approach, and zealous advocacy.
Our experienced team of African American employment law attorneys relentlessly litigate discrimination, harassment, retaliation, disability, and FMLA cases (among many others) and also provides consultative advice to ensure that proper and effective policies and preventative measures are in place – not only to avoid liability, future litigation, and to ensure compliance with federal and state laws, but also to guarantee that all employees are treated fairly at work. Our legal skills, experience, thoughtfulness, and personalities allow us to provide the best possible advice and representation for our clients. Our African American employment law lawyers handle all types of employment law defense & plaintiff cases including: discrimination, harassment, workplace training, employment law litigation, contract disputes, FMLA issues, retaliation, no-compete agreements, severance agreements, employee rights and employment benefits.
African American Family Law Attorneys
Whether you’re dealing with a less-than-amicable divorce or trying to adopt a child or confronting another serious family law matter, experience does count.
The African American attorneys on our team have decades of combined legal experience handling family law cases for the black community across the country.
The sooner you seek our help with experienced legal counsel, the sooner we can help you protect your rights and ensure the welfare of your family. To arrange a consultation with one of our African American family law attorneys, please contact our black owned law firm today to discuss how we can help.
African American Medical Malpractice Lawyers
Every year in the United States tens of thousands of medical malpractice, aka medical negligence, lawsuits are filed. These cases are extremely complex and should not be handled by anyone but our black medical negligence attorneys.
African Americans see mostly the same type of med mal cases as other populations. These include cancer misdiagnosis lawsuits, diabetes misdiagnosis, birth injury and birth defect claims, injuries suffered by the mother during childbirth, heart injury cases such as heart attacks, stroke and misdiagnosis of cardiac events, blood pressure diagnostic errors, surgical mistakes, infections and medication errors leading to injury or death.
African American Personal Injury Attorneys
Injured in an accident or hurt at work? Our African American personal injury lawyers handle personal injury cases including automobile accidents, negligence, slip and falls, and wrongful death. If you have suffered an injury due to the fault of someone else, please contact our team of African American attorneys to discuss how we can get you the benefits and compensation you deserve. We can assist you with your negligence claim when you get hurt. Our attorneys are admitted in all 50 states, DC & Puerto Rico and practice in state and Federal courts. Connect with us today for a free consultation. No fee unless we recover for you and your family.
African American Lawyers Handling Premises Liability Lawsuits
Premises liability is a legal term that typically refers to being injured on another person’s property due to unsafe conditions. Slip and falls, animal attacks and dog bites are three very common types of premises liability cases. However there are many more variations. Some others include swimming pool accidents, fires, explosions, roof cave-ins, inadequate lighting, inadequate security, assault and amusement park accidents. Any residential property, commercial building or open space can become the scene of a premises liability accident. These include offices, sports facilities, private homes, patient care facilities, nursing homes and treatment centers.
If you have been injured due to negligent property maintenance or upkeep it makes sense to contact our skilled African American slip and fall injury lawyers. They handle all types of personal injury cases including animal attacks, assault cases, premises liability claims, sexual assaults & slip and fall cases.
A property owner has a responsibility to keep his or her own property safe from hazardous and dangerous conditions. If this obligation is not met, the property owner may be held liable for any accident or injury occurring on the premise. In addition to the owner, property managers, contractors, tenants and corporate entities bear that same responsibility. Frequently, from a legal standpoint, it is important to know who has control of the property when determining who is liable. The controlling party typically must exercise control to the extent that the property is maintained in an attempt to prevent accidents or injuries. If more than one person or party has the right to control the property than all can be held accountable legally if an accident or injury occurs. Often times, this can lead to a third party, or vicarious liability, lawsuit.
Common injuries in a premises liability case can be: soft tissue injuries, broken bones, dislocations, sprains, strains, scarring, disfigurement, paralysis, back injuries, neck injuries, whiplash, Central Nervous System injuries, concussions, vision loss, hearing loss and wrongful death (aka accidental death). Our African American injury lawyers handle all of these injury cases and more. Please contact them today to discuss your case.
African American Nursing Home Injury Lawyers
When you choose a nursing home facility for an aging loved one, you do so with care, ensuring that the facility’s staff observes the highest standards. You visit your relatives periodically and are pleased with the personal attention and assistance given to them. Then one day, you discover your loved one’s condition has worsened or you discover a bedsore or an unsanitary condition. The trust you have placed in this facility has been broken, and you may even feel responsible. Our African American Attorneys handling nursing home abuse cases understand the difficult decision that families must make in arranging care for elder members. If your loved ones have been injured while in a nursing home or elder care facility, or they show signs of abuse or neglect, contact our firm for a free initial consultation.
Nursing home workers, while skilled and usually highly trained, are not typically medical professionals. Unfortunately, the elder care industry is a stressful and emotionally draining industry with a very high turnover rate. Even in the best of facilities, stress can lead to poor employee screening and failure to properly monitor vulnerable patients can result in serious injuries to elder residents. These injuries can include: bedsores, dehydration, malnutrition, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), blood clots, ignoring doctor’s orders, verbal abuse, sexual assault, physical abuse, falls, wandering off, unnecessary restraint, financial abuse or manipulation, transportation injuries and accidents & medication errors.
Our African American attorneys work tirelessly to assist clients whose aged loved ones have been the victims of nursing home negligence. They will examine every aspect of the situation leading to injury, even tracking down former employees if necessary to get the evidence we need to prove liability. This tenacious approach is coupled with a high level of care and concern for those we assist. Contact our African American injury attorneys today for a free initial consultation.
African American Product Liability Attorneys
Product liability is an area of law that deals with accidents, illness, injury or wrongful death caused by a defective product. These flawed products can be a home, garden, workplace, office or automotive product, a defective medical device or a dangerous medication. Examples are Roundup weedkiller cancer claims, Zantac cancer lawsuits, Truvada injury cases, Type-2 diabetes medication like Metformin, Riomet, Riomet ER, Invokana and others.
Other examples are IKEA furniture injury claims, DaVinci surgical robot burn lawsuits, Allergan breast implant cancer claims, Elmiron vision loss cases, hernia mesh recalls, trans-vaginal mesh lawsuits, DePuy hip implant cases, Fisher Price baby sleeper death claims, Bard IVC filter injury lawsuits, blood pressure medication cancer cases, mesothelioma due to asbestos, Johnson & Johnson talc powder ovarian cancer lawsuits and others.
Some of these cases are mass tort claims meaning the manufacturer has set aside money to pay settlements to however many people were injured by their drug, medical device or product. In other cases the maker or manufacturer is still the liable party but the lawsuit is filed as a one on one basis. In medication and faulty medical device cases the FDA usually has gotten involved which can result in a voluntary or mandatory product recall. Please contact our Black product liability attorneys now to discuss your claim.
African American Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers
The spinal cord is the 2nd half of the Central Nervous System (CNS) with the brain being the 1st half. The spine is grouped into 5 sections: the cervical spine, thoracic spine, lumbar spine, sacral spine and coccygeal spine. Like brain injuries many spinal cord injuries will never fully heal. Due to it being responsible for most active body part innervation many spinal column injuries, no matter what the cause, can result in partial paralysis or total paralysis. Spinal cord injuries fall into 2 groups: partial and complete. There are few other catastrophic injuries that can diminish the quality of your life like a spine injury can. Our black spinal cord injury lawyers will do everything necessary to get you the benefits, medical care and financial compensation you will desperately need.
African American SSDI Attorneys & SSI Lawyers
Have you been hurt or injured to the point that you can no longer work? Are you in need of Social Security insurance benefits or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)? Our African American Social Security Insurance Attorneys and African American Disability Insurance Lawyers may be able to help you obtain benefits under SSDI laws. They know first hand that having a claim approved is not that easy. Filing for SSDI benefits involves a prolonged process and often involves the hiring of an attorney to ensure benefits are obtained. They invite you to contact our African American SSI Attorneys to discuss your SSI or SSDI case and how they can help you.
Social Security benefits provide a security blanket for people who are injured and no longer able to work for more than 12 months. SSDI is available to Americans who are under 65 years of age and have met a required amount of work credits. Work credits consists of the number of years someone has spent employed at a job where they pay social security taxes. SSDI insurance will pay benefits to you and your family members if you are “insured.” This means you must have worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes.
In order to qualify for SSDI, you must have first worked in a job covered by Social Security. In addition you must have a medical condition that meets the Social Security definition of disability. Cash benefits are paid to claimants who are unable to work for a year or more as a result of the disability. Benefits will discontinue once a person is able to work again. If you receive disability benefits upon reaching the age of retirement, your benefits will be converted to retirement benefits and the amount will remain the same.
SSDI claimants must go through a strenuous process in order to obtain benefits. First, your medical condition will be reviewed. The type of work you can perform while suffering from your medical condition will be reviewed. The medical condition must interfere with basic work-related activities. The Social Security Administration maintains a list of medical conditions that are so severe they automatically deems a person disabled. If the condition is not on the list, it must be reviewed by the SSA.
Upon obtaining a medical determination of your medical condition, you will have to complete documentation to file a claim. Your claim will be processed and reviewed for a final determination. It is best to hire an experienced SSDI attorney to prepare the filling for you. This will help lessen the probability of your application being denied.
Please feel free to contact our African American SSI Lawyers to discuss your SSDI claim in confidence. They will provide you with legal advice and guidance on how to proceed in obtaining benefits.
African American Lawyers Handling Traffic Violations
Have you recently been cited for committing a traffic violation anywhere in the country or Puerto Rico? If so, our African American traffic ticket attorneys can help you. Being cited with a traffic ticket can costs you hundreds of thousands of dollars. Under certain circumstances, you may not have violated a traffic offense, yet were still ticketed. Fortunately, you can fight a traffic violation in all 50 states, Puerto Rico & Washington D.C.
Across the country police may pull you over for hundreds of reasons. Being cited with committing a traffic violation could result in serious penalties and fines in addition to serving jail time, and points added to driver’s license. Having a blemished traffic record can impact your employment, security clearance, and future employment opportunities.
As experienced traffic violation attorneys, our African American traffic crime lawyers can provide you with effective legal representation. They have successfully handled tens of thousands of traffic violation cases across the United States. Our African American criminal defense lawyers & African American DUI defense lawyers provide legal representation for the following traffic violations in all 50 states, Puerto Rico & Washington DC:
- Driving without a license, driving with a suspended license, or driving with a revoked license
- Speeding, excessive speeding and aggressive driving
- Driving an uninsured vehicle
- Hit and run
- Reckless driving, careless driving, inattentive driving & texting while driving
- Improper lane change
- Fleeing and eluding the police
- Failure to stop at a red light or school bus
- Manslaughter or negligent homicide involving a motor vehicle
Contact our African American traffic crime lawyers if you have been cited with committing any of the above referenced traffic violations or others not listed. You can pay your traffic ticket or fight it. You will have 30 days to “comply” with the ticket. You can either pay the ticket, request a waiver hearing, or request a trial. Your best course of action is to contact our African American traffic ticket attorneys and let them handle it.
Please contact our team of African American traffic ticket lawyers to discuss your alleged traffic violation. They can represent you at trial and ensure the best legal defense is asserted on your behalf. Do not delay in obtaining legal guidance and advice. You have a short period of time to contest the alleged traffic violation. As you need your driving privileges protected so you can get to work to support your family let our African American traffic violation lawyers help you.
African American Workers Compensation Attorneys
Accidents and work injuries can occur in all workplace settings. These injuries may be related to repetitive activities such as typing, data entry, lifting and the like. On the other hand, the injury can be related to a single work incident such as slipping in the parking lot, slipping on a wet floor, falling on stairs, falling off a ladder, bending, lifting an object, being hit by a pipe or a box or even a vehicle. Certain work environments are inherently more likely to be the location of serious or even life threatening or fatal injuries, such as construction sites or other heavy labor employment. Injuries can also occur from the use of equipment and machinery. You should know your rights when injured in the scope of your employment. Our African American workers’ compensation attorneys are experienced with workman’s compensation laws in all states. They can help you protect your rights to have your medical bills paid and your lost wages covered while you are unable to work.
If you have been hurt or injured while performing a work related task connect with our African American workers compensation attorneys. With many years experience handling all accidents occurring in a workplace setting they are well versed in Workman’s Compensation Law. In addition, our African American attorneys handling workers’ comp claims are familiar with the legal process for filing workers’ compensation claims. They will make sure all details regarding filing your claim are adhered to. Our African American workers’ compensation lawyers serve those hurt at work throughout all 50 states, Puerto Rico & Washington D.C..
Contact Our African American Attorneys
Please call our African American Attorneys no matter what legal issues you are facing. Let them put their experience handling legal issues across the country to work for you. Our African American Attorneys will fight for, and protect, your rights such as: your freedom, ability to be employed, driving privileges, child custody rights and reputation no matter what legal issues you are facing.
Regardless of what state your legal issues are in our team of African American attorneys can help as they serve all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Washington D.C. including: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida,Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C., West Virginia, Wyoming and Wisconsin.