Practice Areas

Business Litigation

Business litigation encompasses a variety of different areas of the law. Examples of such disputes include breach of contract, fraud, negligence, unlawful business practices and many others. The Hamilton Law Firm will identify your potential claims a… Read More

Legal Malpractice

Legal malpractice occurs when an attorney intentionally or negligently mishandles a case and causes injury to a client. Statistics indicate that lawyer malpractice is a significant problem in the United States and that the number of legal malpractice… Read More

Local Counsel

Many Hamilton Law Firm clients are referred to the firm by other lawyers, who know of the firm’s experience and success, and are confident it will do an excellent job. Some referrals are from national counsel who need an experienced attorney in Kan… Read More

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice occurs if a patient is injured by a doctor or other healthcare provider whose negligence causes the patient to sustain injuries and damages. While the rules governing medical malpractice claims vary from state to state, there are… Read More

Nursing Home Abuse

Many elderly people are in long term care facilities like nursing homes, and most families believe that their loved ones receive excellent care there. Plenty of nursing home patients receive good care and live happy, healthy lives in their care of fa… Read More

Personal Injury

You may have a personal injury claim if someone caused you to sustain injuries and damages. Personal injury cases encompass a wide variety of situations and accidents including: Car Crashes Unsafe Behavior or Conduct Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect De… Read More

Product Liability

Persons who have been injured because of a product they used may have a product liability claim against the product’s manufacturer. Product liability claims generally fall into three categories: Defective manufacture Defective design Failure to… Read More

Wrongful Death

If a person is killed because of the wrongful conduct of another person or company, the decedent’s heirs/ beneficiaries may file a wrongful death action against those responsible for the decedent’s death. The individuals entitled to sue f… Read More