The attorneys at Bohn & Fletcher, LLP focus their practice on helping people who have been seriously injured by the conduct of another party. This are of law is known as “torts.” A tort is wrongdoing by a private individual or business–often in the form of negligence or other unsafe behavior–that causes injury. Torts can also be committed by public entities. Our attorneys represent people who have suffered physical, emotional and economic injuries because of the wrongdoing of another person, company or entity. This includes situations where the wrongdoing results in the death of a loved one. These are known as “wrongful death” cases.
There are many different kinds of torts ranging from auto accidents to defective medical devices. Insurance bad faith is also a tort, and involves situations where an insurance company intentionally denies coverage to an insured party or takes other actions harmful to their insured. Below are examples of instances where torts are often involved:
- Personal Injury/Wrongful Death
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Denial of Coverage
Virtually every facet of American culture today involves the law. Attorneys cannot be experts in all fields, and it takes many years to become an expert in one field. We do not handle criminal cases, divorce proceedings, tax and estate matters, intellectual property or many other types of matters. Our expertise, as indicated in the practice areas navigation tab across the top of this page, is representing individuals who have been severely damaged in some way because of another party’s wrongdoing. A key to our success is using our decades of experience in tort law to ensure the best results for clients, compared to other firms that may only have limited knowledge because of their other pursuits.
Examples of the types of cases we specialize in can be found by clicking on the “practice areas” tabs above or selecting a practice area from the menu that appears when the cursor is placed over the tab. Keep in mind that we cannot cover every possible type of case on our website. If you have a question about whether your case is one that falls within our practice areas, please call us. If you need another type of lawyer and do not know where to start, contact us anyway. If we cannot take your case, we will gladly steer you to the type of lawyer you are looking for who can best serve your needs. Our calling is to help people, and make sure they get the best representation possible.
If you have suffered an injury, the wrongful death of a loved one or have been the victim of insurance bad faith, contact Bohn & Fletcher, LLP to speak with one of our attorneys. Our consultations are always free of charge.