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Criminal Offenses

Criminal offenses are very serious and can have long-range adverse affects on a personís life even after the person has "served his debt to society". Criminal offenses can carry the possibility of incarceration in either the county jail or the State prison.

We specialize in the aggressive defense of criminal cases and can assist you in obtaining a favorable result.

Besides prison and jail time, criminal offenses also carry the possibility of probation, community service, fines and costs. Further, many criminal offenses have mandatory minimum jail and/or prison sentences. Some offenses have penalties beyond jail and prison, such as:

1. Criminal Sexual Conduct requires registration on the Sex Offender Registry for a minimum of 25 years.

2. Drug convictions result in suspension of your driving privileges.

3. Drug offenses also carry the possibility of the forfeiture of property, money or vehicles associated with or connected to the drug transaction.

4. The penalties for subsequent drug offenses can be doubled if there is a prior drug conviction.

5. Alcohol offenses can have long-term adverse consequences for your driving privileges and automobile insurance rates.

6. Some alcohol offenses carry the possibility of vehicle immobilization and/or vehicle forfeiture.

7. Traffic offenses, even civil infractions, can have adverse consequences for your driving privileges.

In addition, certain criminal offenses can have adverse effects on your right to purchase and/or possess firearms, and to seek and maintain certain types of employment.

Worker's Compensation

Have you been injured on the job? Has your employment aggravated a pre-existing injury? Are you receiving the workerís compensation benefits that you deserve?

The Law Offices of Frederick J. Taylor can assist you in obtaining a favorable result.

Personal Injury

If youíve been seriously injured, we can help.

DOíS AND DONíTíS OF PERSONAL INJURY LITIGATION

DO

1. See a doctor regarding your injuries as soon as possible.

2. Stress your complaints to the doctor, do not be a hero.

3. Follow your doctorís orders regarding recovery.

4. Contact this office as soon as possible.

DONíT

1. Donít ignore your doctorís orders regarding recovery and restrictions.

2. Donít talk to any investigators or make any statements without your attorney being present.

3. Do not sign any releases or other documents that have not been reviewed by your attorney.

Generally, you have three years from the date of your accident to file a claim. However, there are also 90-day, 6-month, 1-year, 2-year, 5-year and 6-year statute of limitations that may or may not apply. Therefore, if you have been injured, it is imperative that you contact us as soon as possible.

Wrongful Death

Have you recently lost a family member to unnatural causes? If youíve lost a loved one due to someone elseís negligence or wrong doing, the Law Offices of Frederick J. Taylor can assist you in obtaining a favorable result.

Generally, you have three years from the time of death to file a claim. However, that period may be shorter or longer depending upon the liability theory underlying the wrongful act.

If you have lost a loved one due to the acts of another, the following guidelines apply:

1. DO contact our office immediately.

2. DO NOT discuss the case with anyone other than your attorney.

3. DO NOT sign any releases.

4. DO NOT make any statements.

The Law Offices of Frederick J. Taylor can assist you in obtaining a favorable result.