There are all kinds of situations that result in personal injury claims. Maybe you slipped and fell on poorly maintained property like a damaged sidewalk, parking lot, or crumbling steps. Maybe you were rear-ended in traffic, struck by a car while using the crosswalk, or cut off while riding a motorcycle. Or, maybe you were on a snowmobile, ATV, or boat when something unexpected happened causing you to get hurt. If you were injured in some kind of accident and the accident was caused by someone or something else, you may have a claim. Call us at (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 for a free case assessment.
We do personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. That means there is no legal fee until you collect a settlement, and when you collect a settlement, we charge a percentage fee. The exact percentage depends on the circumstances of your case, so call us at (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 for a free case assessment.
There’s a broad range of injuries that may call for a personal injury claim, including physical and non-physical injuries. Injuries may be seemingly small like sprains, a broken finger, or whiplash. They may also be what most people consider more serious injuries like internal bleeding, slipped discs, punctured organs, brain injuries, and spinal cord injuries. There’s also PTSD, depression, anxiety, and more. Call us at (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 to determine whether you have a personal injury claim. It’s free to speak with our team.
Buying, selling, or refinancing homes are some of the biggest financial transactions you’ll ever make. Further, they all involve legally-binding documents. An experienced real estate lawyer will ensure that the right amounts of money go where they should when they should, a contract aligns with your interest, you acquire a good title, and much more. Ultimately, our job is to ensure that the transaction is smooth and problems don’t arise down the road. Call Brothers & Associates at (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 toll free to speak with a member of our real estate team.
It’s a good idea to line up a real estate lawyer as soon as you plan to buy, sell, or refinance in order to familiarize yourself with the process. You can also hire a lawyer after you’ve signed an agreement. Call Brothers & Associates at (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 to speak with a member of our real estate team for free.
Complications are uncommon. That being said, it’s possible to have a property incur damage before the closing date, a seller take an item that was supposed to be included in the sale, or something of that nature. Typically, we can navigate any complication and there’s no reason for clients to worry. Call (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 to speak with a member of our real estate team for free.
We work with first-time homebuyers all the time. When you contact Brothers & Associates, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about fees, responsibilities, utilities, insurance, banking, inspections, and more. Call (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 to speak with a member of our real estate team for free.
A will is a legal document by which a person expresses how they wish their property to be distributed after death. It’s important to make a will to ensure that your financial affairs are managed according to your wishes once you’re no longer able to do so because of incapacity or death. If you’d like to start estate planning, call (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 for a free case assessment.
A trust is an estate planning tool that can simplify the process of transferring your assets to your heirs. While a will lets you transfer assets to beneficiaries after you die, a trust lets you transfer assets to beneficiaries while you’re still alive. For more information on estate planning, call (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 for a free case assessment.
Estate planning is what you do to manage your assets before you pass away. This may involve creating or updating your will or establishing a trust. You can start estate planning any time and it’s certainly a good idea to start estate planning if you’ve accumulated valuable assets. Call Brothers & Associates at (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 for a free case assessment.
When someone dies intestate, family members may apply to act as the estate administrator or estate trustee. The person who is appointed estate administrator must identify and settle any debts, then divide what’s left over in accordance with the law. If the deceased person’s estate has a high value, there may be disagreement and conflict about how the estate is distributed. This is why you should create a will and clearly outline how you’d like to distribute your assets after death. For more information on estate planning, call (709) 639-3400 or 1-888-278-6664 for a free case assessment.