Personal injury actions come in many varieties. Below are just a few examples of the types of legal actions that we take on behalf of our clients. When we represent our clients in personal injury matters we automatically begin preparing for trial, not a settlement. When defendants understand that we are ready for trial, it increases our clients’ leverage for a maximum settlement. Defendants do not like to go to trial and lose. When defendants do not want to be reasonable and settle, The Lee Firm, LLC does what it does best: we go to trial! Immediately, when we get the case we start looking for surveillance videos, witness statements, cell phone records, driving patterns, data recorder systems, the possibility for accident reconstruction and medical records. These are just a few examples of evidence that we will seek to strengthen your or your loved one’s case and make it trial ready. You or your loved one needs the right law firm to obtain this evidence and then synthesize it in a manner most persuasive. The right law firm is the Lee Firm, LLC. Call us!

Car Accident

Car accidents seem to happen all the time. It’s only when we ourselves or a loved one is involved in a car accident do we truly realize how life changing it can be. Injuries that are temporary or lifelong can affect you and your loved one’s quality of life. You and your loved one have a right to compensation. If you or a loved one have been injured in a car accident, call us!

Dram Shop Liability

Dram shops are considered to be locations where alcohol is served. Locations that give rise to Dram Shop actions include but are not limited to bars, restaurants and even homes where alcohol is served. When a person is served alcohol and they are visibly intoxicated, the establishment where the alcohol was served can be held liable for any injuries caused by the intoxicated person. If you or a loved one has been injured because of someone’s alcohol impairment, call us!

Victims of Violent Crime

Victims of murder, armed robbery, rape, child molestation, aggravated battery, aggravated assault and other serious violent felonies can seek justice in not just criminal courts but also in civil courts. You or your loved one have a right to compensation if you or your loved one have been victimized by violent crime, even if the attacker is unknown. Many crimes occur at certain locations. Apartment complexes, parks and retail stores are but a few locations that can attract certain criminal elements. It is the responsibility of the owner of these locations to provide adequate security and protect their patrons from being victimized by criminals. If you or a loved one are the victim of a crime, regardless of where it takes place and regardless of who did it, call us!

All Other Negligence Actions

Injuries can occur to you or a loved one by various other forms of negligence. If you or a loved one has been injured because of a slip and fall, boating accident, dog bite, construction accident, elder abuse or any other serious injury, we are here to help you and your loved ones get the compensation that is deserved. Call us!

helpful-tipsSome Tips to Make a Stronger Case

1. Never talk to the insurance company’s claims adjuster.

2. Do not provide anything to the insurance company.

3. Never admit any wrongdoing.

4. Take photos of the damage, if you can.

5. Take note of witnesses around.

6. Look around for surveillance cameras and make note of them.

7. If you are injured, go to the Emergency Room.

8. Follow your prescribed medical treatment plan.

9. Be careful of your postings on social media (in fact shut it down to avoid the temptation).

10. Call us immediately!

Wrongful Death

We understand the impact of the untimely death of a loved one. Families are torn apart, children can’t understand and financial ruin becomes a reality. When the death of your loved one is caused by the conduct of others, it makes the pain exponentially worse. Death caused by the negligence, reckless or intentional acts of another is wrong. And we want to help you hold those responsible accountable. If your loved one’s death is caused by conduct of another, we will see that your rights are enforced and that your family is made as whole as possible. The way that the legal system provides for this process of being made whole is by financial compensation. While there is no amount of money that can bring back your loved one, we will see that you receive the maximum financial compensation that you and your family deserves.


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