How Can We Help You?
After a catastrophic loss, the legal team at The Law Office of Wright & Associates, LLC, will fight for you. Our attorneys have decades of experience handling large claims, and we have earned millions of dollars in settlements for past clients. Learn more about how we can help you by clicking on one of the practice areas below:
Whether you are a large corporation or a small business, we can represent you in court so you can go back to doing what matters most: running your business.
Business Insurance Litigation
Insurance is a necessity, but when tragedy strikes, your insurance provider may not be there to protect you. When your insurance provider breaks their promise to you, we will fight tenaciously to get you the compensation you need to get your company back to business.
Business Interruption Insurance
Catastrophic damage to your business or equipment can prevent you from making an income. Business interruption insurance can protect you in this scenario, but some insurance providers may try to minimize or deny your claim. We won’t let them.
The magnitude of loss resulting from a fire claim can be difficult to describe. Unfortunately, some insurance providers still deny, delay or diminish compensation meant to help you recover after a catastrophic fire. The Law Office of Wright & Associates, LLC, will fight for you to receive the help you need to move forward.
Home Construction Litigation
Building a home is a big decision, and it’s important to hire contractors you can trust. Unfortunately, not every contractor who seems trustworthy will do a good job. If you have been the victim of negligent construction, a construction defect or another issue, we will fight for you.
Insurance Coverage Litigation
The Law Office of Wright & Associates, LLC will fight tenaciously for you in high-value property and business insurance disputes. We have helped clients win multimillion-dollar settlements and have earned a reputation for our ability to handle complex litigation with ease and confidence.
Services For Contractors
If you are a contractor, working with an attorney who represents both contractors and homeowners presents many advantages. We understand both sides of the argument and can build a well-informed strategy that will protect your best interests regarding payment disputes, workmanship disputes, contract disputes and other legal issues.
Regardless of your injury, we work hard to maximize your recovery. We will develop a comprehensive strategy that aims to put more money in your pocket than you could have recovered without our representation.
Whether you need a deed prepared, a lease reviewed, are looking for an experienced attorney to handle your real estate closing, or need advice on a different real estate matter, we are experienced in a wide range of real estate matters.
When someone suffered injuries because the dog owner didn’t control their pet, that owner should be held responsible. If you’ve been seriously injured by a dog, you deserve compensation to help you pay for medical expenses, physical therapy, medication and more.
A divorce, dissolution, or custody battle can be stressful for everyone involved. Regardless of your situation, we ensure that your options are made clear from the beginning and we will fight to enforce your rights.
A dissolution is the termination of a marriage where both parties agree on everything. A Petition for dissolution, along with a separation agreement regarding all property, spousal support, and any child custody issues, will be signed and jointly filed with the Court by both parties involved. Thereafter, the Court will set a hearing date where both parties must appear before the Court and acknowledge their understanding and agreement to the filed separation agreement. If you and your spouse want to terminate your marriage and have an understanding as to how everything will be divided, the team at Wright & Associates can prepare and file the appropriate documents. If you and your spouse are close to a resolution but are not quite there yet, we can help draft proposals that may be satisfactory to both parties, allowing you to proceed with a dissolution.
Divorce: A divorce is the termination of a marriage where the parties disagree on at least one issue. Often parties disagree regarding child custody or the division of certain assets. If you are considering a divorce, contact Wright & Associates and we will walk you through the divorce process, help you understand your rights based on current Ohio law, and fight for you so that you receive what you are legally entitled to during the divorce process.
Legal Separation: A legal separation does not legally terminate a marriage. However, it does allow a court to issue orders concerning real estate, spousal support, custody issues, and any other orders that the parties may need. This is usually considered when the parties have not been in the state long enough to proceed with a divorce, but still need orders from a court deciding certain issues. There are various other instances when a legal separation may be justified. If you believe your circumstances may warrant a legal separation, give us a call today to discuss your situation.
Child Custody: Child custody issues usually contain a vast array of factors that need to be considered. Often, clients tell us that they want “custody” of their children. However, in most instances parties do not understand that there are two types of custody arrangements that must be determined. Physical custody – the amount of time each parent is permitted to spend with the child; and legal custody – the parent who has the right to make decisions regarding the child’s health, education, and welfare. In some cases, a Court can order joint legal and physical custody of the minor children wherein both parents get to see their children equally and both parents get to share in the decision making regarding the minor children. The issue of child support is usually also decided during the allocation of child custody.
The Court’s decision in child custody cases are dependent upon each particular set of circumstances which includes the child’s wishes, the role of the parent in the child’s life thus far, the circumstances of the parties going forward, and several other factors that the court considers to determine what is in the child’s best interest. If you would like to understand your rights and discuss your particular circumstances in more detail, please give us a call.
Whether the assets you own value a high net worth or you only own a few, small assets, YOU should be the one to decide what happens to those assets once you pass away. The team at Wright & Associates can help you plan for your future, and your families’ future, by preparing the necessary documents to give you peace of mind that, upon your death, your possessions are transferred according to your wishes. Better yet, we can do this in a way that will make it so the loved ones you leave behind do not have to deal with the costly, stressful, and time-consuming probate process. This is one of the best gifts you can leave for your loved ones.
We can also assist in preparing documents in the event that you end up in the hospital or are unable to make medical or financial decisions for yourself, including Health Care Power of Attorneys, Financial Power of Attorneys, HIPPA Waivers, and Living Wills.
We understand how important this process is and we take the time to get to know your particular circumstances and to listen to your wishes. This allows us to help make sure that your ultimate goal will be met. Call us today to discuss a plan for your future.
With the loss of a loved one comes sadness, stress, and other emotional highs and lows. You should be able to focus on those emotions without the added strain of determining whether your loved one’s possessions and assets are being transferred and dealt with in accordance with their wishes.
Get In Touch With A Member Of Our Legal Team
At The Law Office of Wright & Associates, LLC, you’re more than a number; you’re a valued client. We help people find relief after catastrophic injuries and accidents every day, and we’re here for you when you need us. Call 614-715-4686 to reach our office immediately or get in touch with us by sending our team a message. A member of our team will get in touch with you.