Challenges abound in every area of the law, requiring specialized knowledge of the law and of the court system. Without a qualified attorney to provide that knowledge, one can get lost in a maze of complex procedures and Latin legal terms.
Ad litem. Respondeat superior. Quantum meruit. In articulo mortis. Res ipsa loquitur. Quid pro quo. Ad damnum. Pro se.
The last term means representing oneself, without counsel. Given the legal landscape, it is best to confine self-representation to civil matters involving very small sums of money.
As for most other legal matters, questions will inevitably arise that can only be answered by an experienced attorney. The following are but a few examples.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
How does a plaintiff identify all the potential defendants in an accident involving a big truck?
How does Pennsylvania’s modified comparative negligence standard affect a plaintiff who contributed to the accident?
Comitz Law has fought for and secured financial compensation for drivers, passengers, and pedestrians, many of whom suffered life-altering injuries.
How does a plaintiff accurately assess the value of a medical malpractice claim to ensure fair compensation?
How does a plaintiff prove that a doctor failed to meet the required standard of care?
Comitz Law’s network of medical experts enables us to prevail In medical malpractice suits against hospitals, nurses, doctors, and physician groups.
In Pennsylvania, can a products liability claim be brought only under a strict liability theory?
Can a trespasser recover for injuries sustained on land in the possession of another?
By understanding the nuances of Pennsylvania laws, Comitz Law is able to successfully navigate complex personal injuries cases.
Are there any circumstance under which an employee covered by Workers’ Compensation can sue the employer?
What constitutes wrongful termination following a workers’ compensation injury?
Comitz Law puts its entire team’s vast experience and diverse skills to work for you.
How can a parent alleviate concerns over visitation when there are allegations of domestic violence or drug use by the partner?
Is initiating a divorce specifically on the basis of adultery the best option for the plaintiff?
At Comitz Law we understand how emotional these cases are, and we take the time to address your concerns and explain your options.
Can an estate plan mitigate higher future taxes resulting from the postponement of required minimum distributions?
What legal options do beneficiaries have if the executor Is not fulfilling his or her duties?
At Comitz Law, ascertaining your goals is part of the comprehensive plan to protect your assets and wishes.
How can the lack of a punctuation mark in a contract cost an employer millions of dollars in unexpected overtime pay?
What legal document can be used to spell out provisions such as shareholders’ rights and obligations, share ownership, and share transfer rules?
Attorney Jonathan Comitz makes it his business to be personally involved in every case – from start to finish.
It’s important to hire a legal team that fully understands the nuances of Pennsylvania law and fully understands what it takes to get you the justice you deserve. Comitz Law can help. If you have any questions about any of our areas of practice, call Comitz Law at 570-829-1111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.