Relationships Between Civil Law Cases

Relationships Between Civil Law Cases

Civil law can apply to many types of cases such as medical malpractice, personal injury and bankruptcy. These types of cases many times have things in common and have cross-over relationships. Bankruptcies usually occur because of three kinds of misfortunes, having medical problems, the loss of a job or family breakups (divorce or death of a spouse). If a person is affected by a personal injury many times the debilitating effects, over time, will lead to the person losing their job and becoming disabled. The same outcome of job loss can happen if a person suffers from consequences of medical mistakes that require battling with the medical professionals or facilities through a medical malpractice law suit.

When a person finds they are fighting to regain their health and they have to deal with the expenses of medical bills and possibly attorney’s fees life can become overwhelming. In these types of circumstances it does not take long until the suffering person has gone through their savings and retirement funds and may even find they are unable to keep up with their house payments which bring on the foreclosure proceedings.

When events like these happen that is when the person will need to find some form of monetary relief and protection through the bankruptcy process. No one ever wants to find themselves in these types of situations but if they do that is where Stephen Labiak, Esquire, can help. He is an expert in all of these types of civil law cases. Stephen specializes in medical malpractice, personal injury and bankruptcy and is here to help you in your time of need. If you find yourself in need of an excellent civil law attorney give Stephen Labiak a call. Stephen cares about you wellbeing and will personally take your call to discuss what type of legal assistance you need.

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