How do you know when it is time to get an attorney?

Everybody will probably need the help of an attorney at some point in his or her life.  There are many different types of attorneys, and they all exist to help their clients in times of need. 

We have six main types of attorneys at Harrison White, P.C. who can help you through many sorts of problems and situations.

  • You should consider hiring an attorney who handles personal injury cases if you, or a loved one, are injured in an accident, through medical malpractice or as a result of nursing home negligence or abuse.
  • It is time to get an attorney who practices family law if you want a divorce, if you want custody of your children, or if you are having problems with alimony or child support.
  • If you are injured while at work, it is time to hire an attorney who handles workers compensation claims.
  • It is time to hire an attorney who handles probate law when you need a Will, a Living Will, a Healthcare Power of Attorney, or a Durable Power of Attorney.  A probate lawyer can also help you with a conservatorship or handling the estate of a loved one.
  • When your business is being sued or you are in a dispute with your business partner, it is time to hire an attorney who handles business law
  • It is definitely time to hire an attorney who handles criminal defense when you have been arrested or charged with any kind of crime.

If you are experiencing any of these, or other serious problems, it is time to get an attorney, and the attorneys at Harrison White, P.C. are here to help. 

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Blog post by attorney Griffin Littlejohn Lynch. Click here to read more about Griffin.