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Ask The Attorney: Learn why William J. Wieland, Esq. decided to become an attorney and why helping people matters to him.
Ask The Attorney: Our very own Al Hilado, Esq. offers tips regarding the importance of having the right details for issues related to social security disability claims.
Ask The Attorney: Tom DeLattre, Esq. answers questions concerning paying attorney fees in personal injury cases.
Ask The Attorney: How long does the Social Security Disability application process last? Al Hilado, Esq. has the answer in this segment.
Ask The Attorney: If you’re injured on the job, what do you do? Glen Wieland, Esq. can help.
How long do you have to file a catastrophic injury case? Our attorney Glen Wieland, Esq. has the answer in this segment.
Glen Wieland, Esq. has solutions regarding any higher damage awards that are available in catastrophic injury cases.
Ever wondered what kinds of damages are available in a brain injury case? Glen Wieland, Esq. offers some insight on the matter.
If you have been injured, you may be eligible for compensation? Learn more in this segment with our own Glen Wieland, Esq.
What are the main classifications of a traumatic brain injury? Glen Wieland, Esq. offers his insight to those who may have experienced such a trauma.
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Workers’ compensation law can be difficult to navigate and everyone needs the advice of a professional. When dealing with workers’ compensation, Al is on top of this process. He and his assistant Melody are always available to answer any question. They are very diligent and hard working, to serve you as a client. I am very thankful for their support and knowledge in handling my case.
Al was a great attorney,he was extremely helpful. If I ever needed another Workers’ Comp attorney again, I would definitely hire Al. His assistant Melody was very helpful to when Al was out of the office or helping another client. These are great people they treated me like I was family.
– Frank C.