What types of cases does the firm accept?
Is unsuccessfully attempting to commit a crime a chargeable offense?
It can be. However, if a crime was attempted but was ultimately unsuccessful, we may be able to negotiate a lesser sentence or get it dismissed altogether. Contact us today to review your specific circumstance.
How does a court decide what kind of settlement to order in a high-asset divorce?
What are the residency requirements for an Alabama divorce?
In order for spouses to be legally eligible to file an Alabama divorce, at least one party must have been an Alabama resident for six months or longer.
What should I expect from a criminal defense attorney?
First of all, you should expect honest communication and explanations to all of your questions. Furthermore, expect to be clearly informed about any charges you might be facing, possible available defenses, and the different approaches for resolving your case. You should also expect a thorough understanding of Alabama law.
What is a plea bargain?
A plea bargain refers to the arrested party pleading guilty to a lesser offense. This might prevent a trial, but can still involve jail time and exorbitant fines. Sometimes it makes sense to accept a plea bargain, but you should consult a dedicated and knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer before accepting anything.
Why do I need an attorney in the event of a personal injury?
An Alabama personal injury attorney can best represent you and aggressively fight for your rights and compensation in court. If you believe that another party is responsible for your personal injury, don’t hesitate to call an experienced and diligent Calhoun County lawyer right away.
What should I do in the event of a loved one's avoidable death?
You should file a wrongful death lawsuit against the party or entity responsible for causing the death in question. Drunk driving, product liability, and workplace accidents are some of the types of wrongful death lawsuits Warren Freeman Attorney at Law has defended. Like other personal injury cases, the compensation awarded can help with funeral expenses and lost wages.
What is the statute of limitations on filing an Alabama car accident claim?
You have two years to file a lawsuit after a car accident in Alabama that left you injured or your property damaged. The case does not need to be resolved before this two-year deadline passes, but the initial paperwork does need to be filed within that time frame.
Does Warren Freeman Attorney at Law offer free consultations?
Yes! Call (256) 253-3169 now to get started.