The United States legal system is designed to ensure equal justice under
the law so that no party has an unfair advantage over another. Both sides
of a lawsuit have an equal right to have the facts investigated and a
case prepared to best represent them. To further assure fairness, there
are intricate rules that govern trial proceedings. Personal injury cases
demand expertise in the type of law that governs this process.
One of the important services Perry & Haas provides to our clients
is during the difficult time following an accident or injury - offering
our expertise and guidance through the complex judicial process. The
more insight our firms can provide into the workings of the system, the
better prepared our clients are for the challenges of the legal process
that will face them.
To learn more about the U.S. Legal System and how the process of a personal
injury lawsuit works, click on the links below:
How The Law Works | About
Personal Injury Lawsuits | Legal Research
Perry & Haas does not offer any guarantee of
Past success in litigation does not guarantee success in any new or future
Our web site describes some of the cases that the attorneys of Perry & Haas have worked on in the past.
Our description of those cases is summary in nature.
You should be aware that the results obtained in each of the cases we have
worked on was dependent on the particular facts of each case. The results of
other cases will differ based on the different facts involved.