Litigation in today’s legal and regulatory environment can threaten your business, family and your finances. We are widely recognized for our ability to represent our clients that are facing critical litigation issues.
Our attorneys offer a unique ability to rapidly and efficiently address all important aspects of your problem. We handle cases in multiple areas such as:
Homeowner’s insurance, car insurance, medical insurance… You may find yourself fighting with your insurance company to obtain the benefit promised under your coverage. Insurance companies sometimes deny valid claims, delay payment, or even make unreasonable demands before providing relief.
You are not alone in this fight, our experienced insurance dispute lawyers can help protect your legal rights to get the compensation you are owed for your claim.
An injury can cause pain long after the initial event has passed. At the time of the injury, you may have received emergency medical care, and may also require ongoing, costly medical treatments. However, you may find yourself unable to support your family, continue with necessary medical treatments, or repay the mounting medical bills.
We can help. If you have been injured—or if a loved one has been hurt or killed—due to the actions of another person or organization, you may be owed compensation. We have the resources and knowledge necessary to protect your legal rights to the compensation you need to get your life back.
The unexpected loss of a loved one is shocking and painful! The heartbreak is only worsened when learning that this tragedy has been caused by the negligence of another person or organization. Surviving spouse and children may also face unexpected financial difficulties.
If you have lost a family member as a result of negligence from another person or organization, you may be entitled to compensation. If this negligence resulted from an action that could have and should have been avoided, you may have cause to file a wrongful death claim. It is important that you speak with an experienced wrongful death attorney to understand your rights and recourse under the law.
Governmental Tort Claims
If you or a loved one has suffered injury as a result of a government action, you would possibly have a tort claim to initiate for redress. The process upon which one would bring a claim against a governmental entity is known as and is found in the Governmental Tort Claims Act.
There are very specific time limitations and processes that must be followed in order to bring a proper claim against a government- be it local, state or federal. Consult with our attorneys as soon as the claim arises so that you will protect your claim from being time barred. We are experts at this process and will guide you with skill and clarity through this process.
Condemnation and Inverse Condemnation
With many years spent representing both the plaintiffs and defendants in these types of cases, we have the experience you need to handle both condemnation and inverse condemnation cases. From a landowners perspective, when your property is being taken for a public purpose you have rights guaranteed under the Oklahoma Constitution for just compensation for your land. Don’t wait until it is too late, as there are strict time limitations in which to act once a condemnation proceeding is filed against you.
As for inverse condemnation, if a public policy or project has deprived you of the use of your land, you have the right as a property owner to initiate inverse condemnation proceedings against the governmental entity. There is a wide range of issues that can be deemed a “taking” of your property, from water runoff, light and noise, public construction projects that impact your land use or value.
It’s very important to both know and enforce your property’s exact boundaries. If your neighbor is encroaching upon your property and continues to do so, they may actually gain the right to your property through the laws of adverse possession. Once this occurs you may need to seek an attorney to recover your property and recovery may not always be possible. It’s much easier to enforce your property lines beforehand.
Likewise, if you have been using a section of land for a long time and were under the genuine belief that it was covered under your deed, you may have a rightful claim to that land under the same laws. Before you give up this land, you may want to consult with an attorney to see if you qualify.
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