How do I know if I have a claim?
Most legal claims have statutes of limitations, or in other words, a lawsuit must be filed with the Court within a certain time from the date of occurrence or else the claims are forever barred. Don’t wait. If you think you may have a claim, contact an attorney you trust to determine your legal rights.
The laws we base our actions on were enacted by the Congress, your elected officials, to protect your individual rights. When someone or, more often, some corporation, infringes on your rights, you loose your money, your property, your health or even a loved one, often to the wrongdoer’s benefit. If you sleep on your rights and don’t hold them responsible for their actions, you are the only one that loses.
Plaintiff’s practice is about accountability.
If you don’t hold a person or company responsible for their wrongful actions, they have no incentive to obey the law.
Glen can give you his fair and honest evaluation of your claim. If you don’t have a legitimate claim, we won’t take the case.