Violations of civil rights can take many forms. From the use of excessive force by a police officer to the seizure of your property by the government without compensation, the differing situations under which a person could bring suit to remedy redress are limitless.
If you believe your civil rights have been violated, it is important to have an attorney who is well versed and experienced in handling such matters.
Commercial and Business Litigation
Disputes concerning business transactions are typically never similar. This is because each case is decided based on the contracts or laws governing the type of business involved. Contract disputes can be based on contracts that are written, oral or a little of both. Typically, a contract is breached when one party refuses to pay for the services of another. But in all contract cases, there is a claim that one side did not do what was required of them by the contract.
Other types of business litigation involves disputes between the shareholders, officers and directors of a corporation or between partners. Businesses frequently are involved in disputes concerning trade practices, trademark infringement, misuse of confidential information and the violation of employment agreements.
We handle these types of cases every day in both state and federal courts around the country. We routinely protect the benefits secured by our clients in contracts.
If you have a commercial of business dispute, we are ready to step in and assist your business whether you are a large corporation or a small business.
For 45 years, Ronald A. Stearney, Sr. has represented criminal defendants in the state and federal courts. Whether it is a DUI or attempted murder, you need vigorous representation to prevent from having your liberty being taken from you. Do not leave it to chance when it comes to your freedom. Retain a lawyer who will fight hard to make sure the evidence that exculpates you gets before the jury and that every legal requirement is satisfied by the State.
The Constitution requires them to prove your guilt by a reasonable doubt and you are entitled to a fair trial. If you do not insist on a fair trial by retaining experienced counsel, then you are risking your liberty.
Do not wait until you have to file an appeal, get a not guilty the first time.
The field of personal injury law allows you to sue for any wrong committed against you. The law allows a person injured to pursue a civil action against the negligent party. The most common form is an automobile accident, but includes any form of accident or injury. Some other types include premises liability where an injury takes place because the landowner is negligent in maintaining the property or an airplane accident.
Once you establish that the person you have sued is negligent, you then must prove your damages. Damages are awarded as money damages and are frequently based on the amount of medical bills incurred, pain, suffering, disability, loss of a normal life and can include mental anguish or loss of society.
For 45 years, we have handled personal injury actions and are ready to represent you if you have been injured.