in the era of Covid-19, and its aftermath.
Under the current waves of threat and harm, we are at your service to assist with most essential matters, which are confronting many people on an ascending basis:
We have been at the forefront of serious injury representation for over 35 years in matters of wrongful death and permanent loss. When the consequences are dire, when the pain is nearly unbearable, when the harm is truly severe, HaymesLaw steps up to level the playing field. We have embraced the underdogs to go against Fortune 500 corporations, large public departments, and Goliath industries to achieve the best version of recovery and redress available, under all sorts of facts and situations. These matters may arise from transportation accidents, shootings, dangerous products or conditions, from beatings, falls, dog bites, and myriad other negligent situations that needlessly expose careful parties to very bad outcomes.
HaymesLaw has been a pioneer of legal actions where discrimination, harassment and social injustice played a key role in the deaths and injuries sustained. One of the primary avenues to seek remedies and recovery in a civil rights matter is derived from a law identified as 42 U.S.C. § 1983, especially when someone has been harmed by improper conduct that occurred under aspects of state law, or law enforcement, and this conduct wrongfully deprived the person of rights, privileges, or immunities guaranteed under federal law or the U.S. Constitution. HaymesLaw has been a voice for civil rights victims through the decades, maintaining a unique understanding of the approach, strategies, and legal prowess required in order to bring a viable claim for these sort of abuses.
Our business assistance services range from contract planning prior to conducting operations, to enforcing complex rights where an entity of person has been taken advantage of in terms of company control or finances. Often, there is a major entity trying to squeeze a smaller entrepreneur or shareholder in ways that infringe upon compensation rights or otherwise inflict monetary damages, and sometimes there is just a reasonable disagreement among partners that requires resolution help. And, these days, many contracts for outreach and technology services are extremely one-sided, where no actual opportunity to negotiate or manage the rights allocation exists prior to the commercial losses being sustained. Regardless of the nature or timing of the business situation, HaymesLaw remains ready to represent the vital interests of companies, franchisor-franchisees, business owners, partners, shareholders, executives and contractors at all levels.
HaymesLaw remains abreast of latest occurrences in emerging areas of law, where claims appear viable in light of evolving precedent and standards, and the firm positions the course of its clientele accordingly. Developments such as the conduct of potential tortfeasors, legislative acts, and nationwide court rulings must be keenly understood to maximize case opportunity for each individual client.
Class actions may have a role in seeking redress among many, for any given outbreak, negligence, or defective condition, under certain circumstances. When there appears to be a typical client group, that is commonly suffering from similar acts or omissions, that is significant in number, usually more than 40 members, it may be appropriate to seek status as a certified class, and that will sometimes be beneficial to the clients who would likely receive some common answers to their common questions. This is often accomplished with a singular complaint and discovery process, per which all elements and matters of proof need not be established many-times over from scratch.
To accommodate essential safety mandates, all client consultations and legal proceedings are currently being remotely conducted, with conference calling, virtual sessions, e-filings, and digital exchanges, by zoom, whatsapp, or other technology resources convenient for holding hearings and confidential information exchange.