What does a Personal Injury Law Attorney do?
A personal injury can turn your life upside down, leaving you with stacks of medical bills, wage loss, pain and suffering, and other hardships. If your injury was caused by the careless and negligent actions of another, you have the right to pursue compensation for your losses. We are not a high-volume personal injury practice. We are selective in the cases we take on. If we believe we can help you, we will provide you with the strong advocacy you need to prevail.
Gravis Law will explain your rights to you after you’ve been arrested, as well as your options for a plea bargain or probation. Gravis Law will research your case, make sure you understand your options, provide invaluable expert advice, and prepare you for courtroom procedure.
If you do have a trial, they will question and cross-examine witnesses, present evidence that could clear your name, and negotiate on your behalf. Because you likely lack detailed knowledge of state and federal law, and public defenders are consistently overloaded with cases, Gravis Law is your best choice.
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Helping victims of dog bites recover compensation for scarring, disfigurement, and other physical and emotional injuries resulting from a dog bite or other animal attack.
We handle claims arising from auto accidents and other motor vehicle accidents, including truck, motorcycle, bicycle and pedestrian accidents.
Holding negligent property owners accountable for slip-and-falls and other accidents occurring on their premises.
Standing up for family members who have lost a loved one due to the careless or negligent actions of another.
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