Welcome To Luthens Law Offices P.C.

Luthens Law Offices

Our firm is committed to achieving the best result for you in the most cost efficient manner. If you are unsure as to whether you have a possible legal claim, please do not hesitate in contacting our office to discuss it since the time period in which you may pursue a claim varies greatly. There is no charge for an initial consultation on all personal injury, wrongful death and workers' compensation matters. Our attorneys are deeply committed to the success of any matter we undertake for you. That means we return your calls, we keep you informed; we tell you where you stand. In short, we work for you.

Luthens Law Offices focuses on the following areas:

GENERAL PRACTICE | PERSONAL INJURY | WORKERS' COMPENSATION • Workers' Compensation • Dram Shop Claims • Motor Vehicle Accidents • Trucking Accidents • Wrongful Death • Nursing Home Accidents • Premises Liability • Estate Planning & Probate • Real Estate

PERSONAL INJURY

There are various ways that Personal Injury may result. Personal Injury may be caused by defective or dangerous consumer goods, motor vehicle accidents, slips and falls or even animal attacks. Personal Injury attorneys are experienced with recognizing the strengths and weaknesses of your case. They know before you pursue legal action if you have a potential case and what would be needed to make it stronger. Personal Injury attorneys work the experts in various areas that assist with intelligently investigating the technical and medical aspects of your case as well as investigators to complete all the details. Competent Personal Injury attorneys make certain all investigations in your case are completed to ensure everything is done precisely and correctly. READ MORE

WORKERS' COMPESATION

“Workers’ compensation” refers to both the benefits that employees injured on the job are entitled to and the method for obtaining those benefits. Workers’ compensation laws are set by each state and these laws can vary from state to state. Additionally, the federal government has workers’ compensation laws for federal government employees and employees in certain types of jobs. In most states, the laws require every business to have some type of workers’ compensation insurance to cover employee’s injuries on the job. When an employee is injured, that employee files a workers’ compensation claim. Filing this claim is similar to filing a claim with an insurance company. The employee isn’t filing a lawsuit against their employer. Instead, he or she is filing a request for benefits.  READ MORE