The idea of hiring a lawyer may seem intimidating, but you can turn to our firm, The Riddell Law Group, for a free initial consultation. We specialize in helping good people out of tough situations. Our offices are located on Queen Street in Martinsburg, WV.
- Competitive rates
- Reasonably structured payment plans
- Personal injury claims
- Criminal charges
You can contact us seven days a week 24/hrs a day. Contact our practice today and let us know how we can help.
Local Representation by Experienced Attorneys in Martinsburg, WV
No matter what kind of legal case you are facing, obtaining the counsel of an experienced local attorney is essential. Whether you are in Martinsburg, Hedgesville, or Charles Town, WV, The Riddell Law Group can help you with your case. Our experience in personal injury claims and criminal charges will benefit you. Instead of being overwhelmed by the details of your case, contact us for assistance.
Personal Injury Attorneys
Whether you have been injured at work, in a parking garage, or walking down the street, you have rights that must be considered. If someone else is to blame for your injury, you will need legal representation. The best step you can take now is to consult an experienced lawyer. During your initial consultation, your attorney will ask you a series of questions. These questions will help to determine whether you should pursue legal action.
Criminal Law Attorneys
Our team is also experienced in criminal law. If you have been accused of a crime, your wisest option is to speak with an attorney. Don’t try to defend your case without legal representation. The results will almost never be in your favor if you do. Many people falsely believe they can obtain the information to legally defend themselves in books or online. This is a dangerous idea. Only a legal professional has the latest information on the laws pertaining to your case.
A series of complex local, state, and federal laws provide workers with widespread protections against abuse by their employer. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for employees to put up with anything ranging from minor to gross mistreatment simply because they’re not aware of their rights. Not only should American workers understand their rights, they should know that they may have the right to sue their employer in certain situations.
Many individuals in the area work for state or government agencies. Many others have businesses which rely on obtaining and maintaining relevant permits and licenses from state or federal agencies. If you feel that a government agency has treated you or your business unfairly, you have the right to hire an attorney experienced in administrative hearings to contest the adverse decision.