Other Areas of Practice

Civil Rights – Housing & Employment

One would think a decade into the twenty-first century that discrimination would be a thing of the past; it’s not. Employment discrimination laws exist on both the federal and state levels. These laws exist to protect your rights as an employee and prohibit employers from treating you differently based on attributes unrelated to job performance. If you have been discriminated against at work, then your employer has broken the law and you have a case against them. In employment or housing, if you’ve suffered discrimination as a result of race, religion, gender, age, family status, or disability, call Leigh Law for an evaluation of your case.

Personal Injury

Personal Injury cases are unique to each person, and obtaining a favorable settlement many times depends solely on the attorney you choose to handle your case. If you are injured in a car wreck, a tractor-trailer accident, or other negligent incident, don’t wait… call Leigh Law to discuss your options.

Construction Law

In construction law, all parties involved are required by law to act in good faith while fulfilling their contractual obligations. Any disputes that arise are governed by construction laws. This area of law is extremely complex and requires a very knowledgeable attorney to navigate all of the contracts involved.


Probate is the legal process of administering the assets and property of a recently deceased person. The probate will resolve all claims against the property and determine the distribution of the deceased’s wealth and belongings.

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Meet the Staff

Legal advice is unlike any other kind of service. Very personal, important matters and long-term consequences are at stake and it is important to have confidence in your attorney and trust the people with whom you are working.

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