Personal Injury Awards Are Reduced When You Are Partly To Blame

Personal Injury Awards Are Reduced When You Are Partly To Blame

If you get injured and you file a case against the parties you feel are responsible for your injuries and pain and suffering, you may believe that the court will pay all the damages awarded to you by a jury of your peers. Why not, since you are the one suffering the financial effects and pain from the accident, right?…

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Why Choose Our Firm For Your Legal Needs?

Why Choose Our Firm For Your Legal Needs?

The attorneys at Spencer & Collier, LLC bring expertise, experience, and the small office personal touch to the table, making you feel comfortable knowing that you won’t be shuffled around and lost in the crowd like some large firms may do. You will receive one-on-one attention from one of our attorneys who has the know-how to help you with your specific legal situation.…

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Grandparent Custody

Grandparent Custody

You love your grandchildren and have spent a lot of quality time with them. You may have even cared for them while the parents worked, or when one or both parents had physical or personal problems they needed to deal with. This is not uncommon, as two earner households and the high cost of daycare often puts grandparents in the role of caretaker.…

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The Four Most Important Things to Talk to Your Divorce Attorney About

The Four Most Important Things to Talk to Your Divorce Attorney About

Whether we want to think about it or not, about half of all married couples will face a divorce in their lifetimes. The reasons are many and varied, but deciding to divorce is always quite difficult to deal with and emotions usually run high. This is when many costly mistakes can be made. This is why it is so important to quickly contact an experienced family law firm like Spencer & Collier, LLC and talk to their attorneys about protecting your financial and family interests.…

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