Dedicated Legal Representation Through Every Facet Of Your Case
At the law firm of Martin D. Haverly, Attorney at Law, we provide legal counsel and advocacy to individuals and companies involved with many different legal problems. Clients rely on our proven practice experience, successful results and knowledge. They also count on our ability to address every consideration in their particular legal matter.
To each client, this may mean something different, including analyzing the facts and law, to addressing emotional concerns, advising on long-term projections, taking cases to trial or negotiating for the best possible outcome.
We have a comprehensive employment law practice that addresses all perspectives in an employment law case. Our clients are individual employees as well as employers both large and small.
Our firm has extensive experience pursuing ERISA lawsuits on behalf of employees with benefit claims. We have argued cases all the way to the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of Delaware employees.
There is no substitute for local representation for your legal concerns in Delaware. We represent individuals and businesses with a broad range of legal needs, including employment law, estate planning, and litigation.
Our proven attorneys can manage your personal injury claim or lawsuit so you can focus on your recovery. We have a steadfast dedication to make sure clients receive full and fair compensation.
When disputes arise that threaten your business, you can rely on our team to defend your rights and protect your bottom line. We handle all business litigation, including cases involving breach of contract.
We provide guidance to personal representatives, executors and others involved with administering the estates of loved ones who have died. When disputes arise, we also represent the litigants in will contests.
The Skill And Experience To Handle All Your Legal Needs
What does your legal case require? What are your needs and goals? We are here to listen and provide you with options. We are successful no matter the setting, from negotiation to mediation, arbitration and litigation.
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