At Springs Law Group, our attorneys are prepared to accept a range of cases from personal injury, to divorce and
child custody. If you were injured in an accident or need counsel for a family law issue, our legal team can meet your
If you’ve suffered physical or mental injury because of another’s negligence, we can help you recover the compensation the law says you deserve. Whether you were hurt in a car accident, slip and fall injury, dog bite, or by a doctor’s negligence, a personal injury claim will hold the responsible party liable and get you the money you need to heal and get on with your life.
You may feel funny about suing another person. You may think you should just deal with the insurance companies and not involve a lawyer. However, you should understand that it will be an uphill battle to get the compensation you truly deserve if you try to go it alone. Even when its client is entirely at fault, the insurance company will use every trick in the book to avoid paying you the full value of the policy. Call us for a free consultation before you even talk to an insurance adjuster. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain!
When you need a family law attorney, you are entitled to a counselor who truly understands your situation and your priorities. At Springs Law Group, our family law attorneys will listen to your story and work with you to craft a workable solution to your situation. We will fight to protect your interests in a divorce or custody battle, and pay attention to the details in a prenuptial agreement or adoption so there are no surprises later on.
You may think you can handle your family legal issue alone, but we encourage you to schedule a free, 30-minute consultation with us to discuss the risks involved in representing yourself. If your case is straightforward, we will tell you so, but if we think we can help protect your rights and secure the outcome you are hoping for, we will try our best to persuade you to seek legal representation.
An estate plan is more than just a will. An estate plan can address the parameters of your future medical care or establish support for loved ones upon your death, in addition to distributing your assets after you pass. Many people think that estate plans are only for the wealthy, but the truth is, everyone can benefit from planning for their loved ones after their passing.
When you work with us to make an estate plan, we will go over all the potential issues that could arise should you become incapacitated or die. We will help you answer important questions such as: To whom should your money go? What should happen to your house or other property? How do you provide for your minor children? Do you want to be put on life support if you are in a catastrophic accident? If you do not already have answers to these questions, schedule a consultation with us today.