At Canan Law, our attorneys provide aggressive legal representation for clients who need an experienced personal injury attorney in St. Johns County or anywhere in Northeast Florida.If you suffer a personal injury in St. Johns County, you are protected by tort law that gives people who are injured in an accident, through no fault of their own, the opportunities to file a claim for damages and deter others from committing the same harms.
As a medical patient, you are entitled to receive high-quality medical care from all health care professionals because of the lengthy and dedicated training they receive. When medical professionals fail in their duties, a medical malpractice claim may develop. At Canan Law, our attorneys provide aggressive legal representation for clients who need an experienced medical malpractice attorney in St. Johns County or anywhere in Northeast Florida.
Due to the increased number of vehicles on the road today, automobile accidents, truck collisions and motorcycle accidents are among the most frequently prosecuted personal injury and wrongful death cases for Canan Law. A motor vehicle accident case can involve cars, trucks, motorcycles, dirt bikes, ATVs, boats or any other kind of motorized vehicle.
Canan Law attorneys defend persons accused of criminal offenses in St. Johns, Putnam, Clay and Flagler Counties. Canan Law includes several former state prosecutors who have the trial experience and skills to defend criminal allegations of all types including assault, battery, homicide, kidnapping, sex offenses, drug offenses (trafficking, sale, possession), robbery, theft, worthless checks, burglary, arson, and traffic offenses (DUI, license suspensions).
When most people think of family law, they think about divorce and the legal complications it brings. But, at Canan Law, our family law practice is much more than divorce. Canan Law attorneys have helped hundreds of families in St. Augustine, St. Johns County and surrounding Florida communities with prenuptial agreements, child custody and support issues and paternity suits. And, of course, divorce.
Unlike criminal prosecution, civil litigation is a lawsuit brought to court in order to receive damages or to recover a right. Civil litigation usually involves disputes of private law issues between individuals, businesses or nonprofit organizations. At the same time, civil litigations can entail public law issues.