What type of cases do you take?

The firm takes a variety of types of cases. However, our primary focus is on four types of cases. Those types are:

  1. Personal injury and medical malpractice;
  2. Family law cases;
  3. Criminal law cases; and

Personal injury and medical malpractice

A majority of our cases involve individuals who have been harmed by the negligence of another. Whether it is a slip and fall in a restaurant, work related injury entitling you to workers compensation benefits, or harm caused by the negligence of a medical professional, personal injury and medical malpractice cases are a majority of what The Lockwood Legal Group practices.

If you believe you might have a case, it is crucial you contact a qualified attorney immediately. Contact The Lockwood Legal Group for a free consultation today! You can call our office phone, cellular phone, or send us an email.

Family law cases

The field of family law includes divorces, custody disputes, child support, guardianships, and other domestic relations matters. Due to the fact that Jim and his wife Sarah have had difficulty having a child, and have had to resort to IVF, Jim takes the issue of family relations very seriously. Thus, not much more irritates Jim than a father not paying his child support, or a mother refusing to be a part of her child’s life.

So, if you have a family law issue, no one will fight harder than Jim for your interests. Contact him today.

Criminal law

While the primary focus of our practice is not criminal law, the firm does represent clients in certain types of criminal law matters. The criminal law cases where the firm represents clients are:

  1. DWI and DUI;
  2. Narcotics possession;
  3. Expungement of criminal records.

Social Security and Medicaid

Applying for social security and/or Medicaid is one of the hardest things to do. Over 75% of those who apply for Social Security Disability get denied on the first round. However, with a qualified attorney representing you, the first denial is almost always not the final answer.

Also, Medicaid applications pose numerous complicated issues. These issues include the need to preserve assets, safeguard assets from nursing home seizure, and avoiding improper transfers. You can read more about Medicaid and the application process on our blog here.

If you believe you might have a case, it is crucial you contact a qualified attorney immediately. Contact The Lockwood Legal Group for a free consultation today! You can call our office phone, cellular phone, or send us an email.

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