We hope that everyone had a great holiday season and is ready for all the new possibilities that 2018 has to offer. Now that the holidays have come and gone, it’s time for settling down and getting ready for new ideas, new business and much success.
We would like to say “thank you” to everyone on our team, and extend a heartfelt “thank you” to our clients. We appreciate the dedication of all our employees and support staff. We are so “thankful” for the continued patronage of all our clients, large and small.
December has arrived. It is a time for family and friend gatherings. Most of us are preparing our homes for guests from near and far. There is a lot of cleaning, shopping,cooking and decorating. Some of us must take short or long trips to visit family and loved ones.
Even though you are very busy celebrating the holidays life still goes on. Unexpected events occur. Just remember Lanza Law Firm is always a phone call or email away. We will continue to provide excellent legal services to you all year long, from January to December. Read more
Every business owner faces legal hurdles at one time or another. New regulations can come into effect without you knowing about them, you need to buy or sell a piece of property, you need to sign a lease, a client decides to sue – the list is quite long of the many legal issues that a small business may need to navigate through.
Estate planning may seem like something that only multi-millionaires should have to worry about. However, it is important for everyone. Many people believe that making a will is all that is necessary in terms of estate planning. However, simply making a will is not enough. Estate planning looks at every aspect of your life, business and assets and most importantly, looks at the future consequences of actions planned today.
With the advent of the internet, there are many sites that claim to have all the right forms and instructions on how to ‘do-it-yourself’ when it comes to estate planning. However, the laws vary from state to state and there are many contingencies that individuals need to be aware of and make sure that they plan for future changes as well. Read more
Even the most experienced doctors, with all of their education and high level of skill, are not immune to making mistakes in their diagnoses and procedures. However, we should always expect a high level of proficiency and absolute professionalism. If a patient should experience injury (or worse) because a physician fails to meet the proper standards of care, then damages may be sought for medical malpractice.
There are several ways to prove medical malpractice and all of them are based on the physician’s failure to demonstrate the proper standard of care.