The attorneys at Schulte Law Group handle a wide variety of cases, including:
- Personal Injury & Wrongful Death
- Family Law & Domestic Relations
- Workers’ Compensation
- Estate Planning & Probate
- Medical Malpractice
- Business & Contract Law
- Social Security & Disability Claims
- Other Areas of Practice
If you have a case but aren’t sure that it fits into one of the categories that is listed above, please contact our office to determine if it is something that we can help you with.
How long your individual case takes depends on a number of different things, such as: What type of case you have; What type of claim you are making; The reasonableness of the opposing party; How many other parties are involved, and the list of factors can just keep going. While we cannot tell you that your individual claim will be settled in a certain amount of time, you rest assured that we are always keep you informed about your case at every step and will be doing everything we can to resolve your case in a timely manner.
There are two attorneys at Schulte Law Group, Marcus S. Schulte and K. Megan Schulte who work on the cases together. By working with one another on the cases both attorneys are familiar with your individual case and will be able to answer your questions if you need to contact Schulte Law Group for any reason.
Open lines of,communication between a client and their lawyer are one of the most important aspects of the Attorney-Client relationship. Schulte Law Group’s goal is to keep you informed about what is going in with your case, whether that be by telephone, written correspondence or email. While it may not be possible or practical for us to talk with you every day, you can rest assured that we will contact you with any important developments in your case.
We encourage clients to contact our office with their questions. We do our best to answer all of our clients questions and address their concerns in a timely manner. If we are not available when you call the office, just leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.
This also depends on what type of case or claim you have or what type of legal services you need. Some cases such as Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation and Disability Claims are handled on a contingency type of basis, which means that the attorneys are paid a percentage of your settlement. Other cases like Family Law and Business and Contract Law cases are billed at an hourly rate. Or if you are coming to Schulte Law Group for a Will or Trust then you may be charged a flat fee for this type of legal service.
If you have an injury or disability claim then your legal fees would likely be paid from any settlement that you receive. If you are coming to Schulte Law Group for any other type of case or legal service then you can pay with check, money order or any major credit card.
There are a number of different types of cases that are affected by statute of limitations, and there are different statutes of limitations for different types of cases. Also, statutes of limitations can vary by state as well. If you believe that a statute of limitations is approaching for your case or claim, then it would be best to contact (859-360-3132) Schulte Law Group as soon as possible.
Your initial consultation with Schulte Law Group is free. Because there is no cost to you to talk with a lawyer to see if you do have a case or claim that you need representation for you should contact (859-360-3132) the attorneys at Schulte Law Group to schedule your free initial consultation.
Sometimes we are able to spend more time with a potential client during an initial consultation. However, we are able to answer most of your questions or explain any pending legal issues that may have an effect on you within a half an hour.
The attorneys will be able to let you know what to bring with you, but it is always a good idea to bring any of the following documents:
- Copies of all prior legal documents that have been filed in your case or claim.
- Legal documents which prove dates of birth, social security numbers, dates of death, date of marriage, and any insurance card that you have.
- Your driver’s license.
- Copies of prior Wills, Trusts and Advanced Care Directives.
- All relevant financial, insurance, and property documentation.
- Any letters that you have received regarding your case or claim.
- Any evidence that supports your claim, this could include; photographs, police reports, letters, text messages, emails, bank statements, medical records and bills, and any other evidence in your possession.
If you have been injured and are unable to work, Schulte Law Group will do everything possible to settle your claim in a timely manner, and normally we will front any costs and expenses associated with your injury claim until your individual claim settles. However, we cannot loan you money. The ethical guidelines and law about this topic are very clear, and it is illegal for an attorney to lend money to a client. Lending a client money would result in a disciplinary action being taken against our office.
However, if you are getting letters and phone calls from collection agencies, Schulte Law Group will gladly speak with them on your behalf. Often times we are able to negotiate the total amount that you owe to a lower amount or able to postpone any payments that are due until after your claim settles.
Schulte Law Group has built their practice on old fashioned word of mouth referrals. It is our goal for you to feel confident when referring a friend or family member to our practice. If you feel like Schulte Law Group took good care of you, then we hope that you would tell others about how happy and satisfied that you are with our firm
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