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If you have a civil legal issue, the Firm is well versed in a variety of business and civil law areas. Call today for a free consultation regarding your particular issue, and we will explain the civil process based on the facts of your situation and represent your interests against opposing parties and before the Court.
Accidents and injuries are traumatic experiences, so don't face insurance companies or medical providers alone. Attorney Lauren Harris has not only been a claims adjuster, but she also has worked for several years as an attorney hired by insurance companies, and is therefore uniquely qualified to help you through this process. You do not pay a cent unless you recover, so call the Firm for a free consultation today.
If you have a business dispute, the Firm can advise you of your rights, evalute your issue, and represent your cause before the Court; whether this be a disagreement between owners, claims against a professional or a breach of contract, call the Firm for your free consultation today.
Starting a new business is exciting! Let the Firm help you accomplish all the necessary steps -- from business entity formation, Tax ID procurement, operating agreements and bylaws, contract drafting, website creation, marketing strategy and obtaining all the proper licenses, permits and certifications. Call us today for your custom quote!
IP is an area of the law which protects your ideas in a tangible medium, whether you need to file a Copyright for art, music, or literature, or a Trademark for your rights on classes of goods you want to protect in commerce. The Firm can help you protect your ideas and defend your rights. Call the Firm today to discuss protecting your Intellectual Property.
If a medical provider has breached a duty or standard of care in your medical treatment, the Firm is versed in Chapter 74 cases for medical malpractice in Texas. Call us to discuss your particular medical malpractice issue in a free consultation today.
Mediation, as used in law, is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), a way of resolving disputes between two or more parties. Attormey Lauren A. Harris is a Certified Mediator in the State of Texas, and assists the parties to negotiate a settlement. More specifically, mediation has a structure, timetable and dynamics that “ordinary” negotiation lacks. The process is private and confidential, possibly enforced by law. Participation is typically voluntary. The mediator acts as a neutral third party and facilitates rather than directs the settlement process.
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