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These articles focus on results that have reduced deaths and injuries as a result of litigation. In civil justice courts, this is done by forcing at-fault parties to compensate their victims through monetary awards and related court orders. The civil justice system, unlike the criminal justice process, does not attempt to determine the innocence or guilt of an offender, nor send an offender to jail. Instead, our civil courts convene to determine whether an offender is civilly liable for the injuries sustained as a result of negligence or other wrongful conduct. Often this involves a personal injury, so we classify our firm as a “personal injury law firm”, as you can see from our list of practice focus areas (on sidebar to the right).
“When in law school, law students typically study many aspects of law including criminal justice, contracts, property, business law, and civil justice,” explains firm partner and attorney Scott Edwards. “Each of the attorneys at our firm have dedicated their practice on personal injury law and we each find it to be a rewarding area in which to practice and make a difference in our community.”
We're pleased to work within civil justice in the United States as a way for our clients to get a fair solution when they have been injured or harmed due to another person's negligence, recklessness or malpractice. The civil justice system allows us to help our clients hold others accountable for their actions.