Americans are increasingly exhausted by the complexity of otherwise simple tasks. Everything from getting groceries to healthcare have become insanely difficult. We are divided by politics, religion, race, and just about anything else that can be used to divide us. But ultimately, the average American still has basic legal needs. We need to make sure our bills are paid, we try to stay out of trouble with the law, and we want to make sure that if someone hurts us or our family, we have a way to be compensated and made whole. It's really that simple.
Of course, Americans also don't want to overpay, deal with jerk lawyers, or get stuck in contracts that rob them. So, just imagine the law firm that hasn't existed until now.
- Imagine a lawyer who gives discounts for police, first responders, healthcare workers, military and veterans!
- Imagine a lawyer who lets you donate some of the money you get from a personal injury to a local charity of your choice, and then actually matches your donation to that charity with up to 10% of his fee!
- Imagine a lawyer who provides upfront flat fee pricing.
- Imagine a lawyer who has people standing by to take calls day or night, every day of the year!
- Imagine a lawyer who offers you the ability to sign documents online, pay with a credit card, and communicate by text!
Crossroad Legal is revolutionizing what a law firm can be. Everyday, we look for a new way to make you the client happy. It's all about getting you justice, but doing it in a way that makes your life easier, doesn't break the bank, and gives you complete and total transparency. Just imagine...a law firm that makes it easy to get help.
Experience You Can Count On
An elderly nursing home resident in Madison County, Illinois suffered from a deep and infected bedsore at a nursing home. The Plaintiff alleged that the bedsore was caused by poor staffing and a failure to provide the right amount of care. A confidential settlement was reached between the Plaintiff, the nursing home, a wound care nurse, and a local hospital.
A man was arrested and charged with a Class 3 felony for burglary. The state alleged that he stole a vape pen from a vehicle parked in front of a retail shop. At trial, the state produced a video purporting to show the defendant in the act, and the defendant had a lengthy criminal record, much of which the judge allowed the jury to hear. After a 3-day trial, the jury found the defendant not guilty. The state's best plea offer prior to trial was 8 years prison.
Two sisters were hurt in a T-bone accident on a rural southern Illinois road. Both suffered serious injuries. The attorney obtained $150,000 in compensation for each, which was the maximum amount available under all insurance policies.