Bankruptcy can be an effective legal tool to help honest individuals get a fresh start from overly burdensome debt. For most people, filing for bankruptcy relief is a last resort after trying to pay off large debts over a long period of time, or trying to work out payment arrangements with creditors who are unwilling to come to terms on a reasonable payment arrangement. Bankruptcy can also be used to stop foreclosure on a home, eviction from an apartment or rental home, or repossession of a vehicle when payments are behind.
Employment law addresses the issues that arise out of the employer-employee relationship in the workplace. Levy Law Offices represents both businesses and individuals in employment law claims and litigation prevention.
The end of a marriage or an issue regarding custody of a child is one of the hardest situations for an individual to go through. Unfortunately, it can also be one of the most financially burdensome situations that you may experience. Levy Law Offices focuses on cost-effective and efficient ways to seek resolutions to these situations. Mr. Levy is experienced at negotiating and preparing separation agreements and consent orders regarding custody and child support that protect clients' rights. In the event that a resolution that is beneficial to the client cannot be reached, Mr. Levy is prepared to litigate these claims in court.
If you are hurt on the job, you may be entitled to remedies under North Carolina Workers' Compensation laws. Under the North Carolina Workers' Compensation Act, you may be entitled to monetary relief and payment of medical expenses related to your injury. You may even be entitled to relief if the accident was you own fault.
Levy Law Offices represents individuals in workers compensation claims which have been denied by the insurance company or accepted as compensable by the insurance company. Even if the claim has been accepted by the insurance company and you are receiving medical treatment and weekly monetary workers' compensation benefits, your should still seek representation to ensure that you are receiving proper medical treatment and maximizing the workers' compensation benefits that your receive.