Practice Areas

We offer comprehensive legal solutions to our clients for most all their legal needs.  Our practice primarily handles Chapter 7 & 13 bankruptcies, misdemeanor and felony criminal defense, personal injury and wrongful death cases; and social security disability appeals. We invite you to explore our services in greater detail below and encourage you to contact us in the event we can be of assistance.


We help ordinary people who find themselves caught in difficult economic circumstances file for bankruptcy relief.   Bankruptcy is oftentimes the only effective and reliable way to help consumers rebuild their economic lives ravaged by job loss, disability, illness, unexpected tragic circumstances, insurmountable credit card debt, pay day loans, medical bills, and unwieldy monthly home mortgage payments.  Explore our Bankruptcy page to learn whether Bankruptcy Relief is right for you.   Click Here to Read More.



From first degree felonies to minor misdemeanors  and traffic offenses, we recognize that each case is unique and dependent upon its own facts, and are committed to investing as much time as is necessary to vindicate your legal rights.  Explore our Criminal Defense page to learn more about the services we offer. Click Here to Read More.




We handle a wide variety of personal injury cases, stemming from auto and motorcycle accidents, slips and falls, and dog bites to product defects.   As is customary in these types of cases, we do not charge our clients any attorney fees  for our services if there is no recovery on their behalf.  Explore our Personal Injury page to learn more about the services we offer. Click Here to Read More.




Social Security disability benefits are awarded to disabled workers and their dependents to help them survive through difficult times. However, for many people who need these benefits, bureaucratic red tape can make the claims process frustrating and intimidating. If you can no longer work because of injury or illness, and you find yourself in this difficult situation, please explore our Social Security page.  Click Here to Read More.