If you have been seriously injured, or your family member has been severely injured or killed by the negligence of another person or corporation, you are enduring a traumatic experience. You may have medical bills, lost wages and pain/suffering, but you do not have to fight the insurance company alone. The firm's founder, Rob Hadden, is a former insurance defense attorney, and he will put his experience to work for you in fighting for your rights.
Rob Hadden represents individuals and companies in a variety of business disputes. If there is a disagreement over money, a contract, real estate or improper conduct, Rob can give you a candid assessment of whether you have a case. If the matter cannot be resolved, Rob has the litigation/trial experience needed to aggressively represent your interests. Unlike many larger firms who only offer hourly billing, Rob can offer a variety of creative pricing structures to fit your needs, i.e., contingency-fee, fixed-fee, etc.
If you or your loved one have experienced physical abuse or financial abuse while in the care of a nursing home, home health agency or other caregiver, this is inexcusable. The abuse may be in the form of overcharging for health care services, false or deceptive billing practices, medical neglect or outright physical harm. You need an aggressive advocate to assert your legal rights. Rob Hadden is in your corner.
If a stockbroker, investment advisor, bank, trustee or other financial institution has mismanaged your money or your relative's hard-earned savings by making unsuitable investments, refusing to monitor the account or failing to act with due diligence, you need someone who is not afraid to demand accountability. Rob Hadden can help. Call him today to determine whether you have a case.
Rob Hadden has over 16 years of experience practicing HOA law in South Carolina, and he has spoken around the state on numerous community association issues. Having handled hundreds of cases in this area of the law, Rob offers real world advice to associations and owners on issues ranging from selective enforcement and improper collection tactics to breach of fiduciary duty and board member standard of care.