Vancouver Injury Law And Defense Attorney
I counsel clients in both criminal law and personal injury law matters and, as a solo practitioner, I work directly with the people I represent. No matter what the legal matter or the issues involved, my clients benefit from my direct involvement with their cases. My goal is always to help them achieve the best possible results by taking straightforward legal action in Washington courts.
To learn more, I urge you to contact my Vancouver law firm for a free initial consultation. You don’t have to worry that speaking with a lawyer will be an intimidating experience. You can feel comfortable working with me, attorney Jack Peterson.
I know that people often get involved in difficult situations that are beyond their control, and it often takes a lawyer’s help to fix legal problems. I don’t judge my clients. I just give them the straightforward legal help they need. I often remind my clients of two things: Anything you tell me is confidential. And I am on your side, no matter what.
Clark County Area Criminal Defense Lawyer
Having a strong criminal defense can be the difference between your freedom and a prison sentence. This is a serious responsibility for any lawyer. That’s why I fight hard for my criminal defense clients, handling criminal defense in state and federal courts. I represent clients in a wide range of criminal law matters, from DUI/DWI, to violent crimes and traffic offenses, and my goal is always to achieve the best possible results.
Because so much is often at stake — long prison sentences, high fines and lost driver’s licenses — I do everything I possibly can within the bounds of the law for my clients. I start with thorough investigations of the facts and laws involved in your case. I then use thorough knowledge of the law to map out an effective legal strategy based on your situation.
Vancouver Injury Law Attorney
I represent people throughout Washington state, serving the victims of serious personal injury and their families. Many of my clients are people who have experienced catastrophic injuries, life-changing impairments that prevent them from working and enjoying life the way they once did.
These serious injuries include spinal cord injuries resulting in paralysis, including quadriplegia and paraplegia, brain injury, including closed head injuries, neck and back injury, scarring and disfigurement, lost limbs, and burns.