HELPING PEOPLE MOVE FORWARD
When the main income earner for the family is injured on the job, you have rights that protect you. A experienced Workers’ Compensations Attorney can make sure you receive the compensation you need and deserve. The insurance company won’t represent your rights or be as thorough as we are. We make sure your medical expenses are covered, your income is replaced according to the law, and that your future employment is secured. Your future is important to us.
Our fair and sensitive approach to family law reflects our concern for families. We seek for equitable solutions while fighting for your rights as a parent and spouse. We often use alternative dispute resolution. This includes mediation to resolve issues that make it possible for families and individuals to adjust to new circumstances with as much ease as possible.
EXPERIENCE AND COMPASSION
Kohlmeyer Hagen, Law Office Chtd. not only has the experience to solve your legal problems, we do so with the compassion and understanding you deserve. With us, you will find an Injury Attorney, DWI Defense Attorney, Criminal Defense Attorney, and Family Law Attorney. Our attorneys have a background that helps them understand the challenges you will face, no matter what your case may be.
In DWI or criminal cases, many people will see you as guilty as soon as you are charged. We don’t see it that way. We see you as an individual with rights who is innocent until proven guilty. We have stood beside many supposed “guilty” individuals when the “not guilty” verdict was finally read; another problem solved and friend made.
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