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Personal Injury:

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, truck accident or boating accident that was the fault of another, or if you have been injured by dangerous premises or a defective product call attorney Michelle McGrew today. She has 20 years experience representing injured victims and has obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for her clients.

Beware! Do not let the insurance company pressure you into a quick settlement. Far too often, insurance companies dangle early offers so they can settle the case before the full extent of your injuries are known. You are far more likely to receive a better settlement if you are represented by a skilled, experienced personal injury attorney.

Do not wait to contact an attorney because some statutes of limitations and Tort Claims have very short time periods to act. If you do not file within these time periods, you may lose your right to recover money damages. Call attorney Michelle McGrew today.

Wrongful Death:

When a loved one dies, the emotional and financial effect on the family can be devastating. If the loved one's death was caused by the negligence or improper conduct of another person, company or entity, a wrongful death suit may be filed. Grief-stricken family members are not always aware of the often short statutes of limitations in wrongful death cases. These types of cases require attorneys with experience, skill and compassion. If you or a loved one believe you have a valid wrongful death case, please do not wait, contact attorney Michelle McGrew today.

Each state has its own wrongful death statutes. Usually the representative of the estate brings the suit on behalf of the decedent's immediate family, including surviving spouse, children and parents. The family may recover damages for medical, hospital, funeral and burial expenses, loss of financial support, loss of support, solace, comfort, love, companionship and guidance. In some states, such as Oklahoma, recovery is allowed for the decedent's pain and suffering before death.

Insurance Bad Faith:

When your insurance company breaks its promises, you should immediately contact an experienced bad faith attorney for help. You buy insurance for protection and peace of mind. Your policy is a contract between you and the insurance company. Your duty is to pay the premiums. Its duty is to keep its promises.

When you have suffered a loss, covered by the policy, the insurance company must provide the coverage described in the policy and treat you fairly and in good faith. If the insurance company breaches these duties, it is in breach of contract. The insurance company may also be liable for bad faith for failing to conduct a reasonable investigation and evaluation of your claim and failing to timely pay the benefits under the policy.

If you have an insurance dispute or think your insurance company is acting in bad faith, call Michelle McGrew today for a Free Case Consultation.

Wills & Trusts:

Take the right steps now to protect your wishes, property and family, after your death. The preparation of wills and trusts does not have to be complicated or expensive. We provide our clients with a range of probate and estate-planning choices from simple wills and revocable trusts to power of attorneys and advanced health-care directives. Call our office today for a free consultation.