Attorney Jasmine Mines


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Personal injury cases are legal disputes that arise when one person suffers harm from an accident or injury, and someone else might be legally responsible for that harm or tort. The responsible person’s insurance company will pay monetary compensation to the injured person for medical bills, pain and suffering, and other ongoing medical expenses. If the case involves medical malpractice, your personal injury attorney will be working with insurance companies and hospital attorneys.

A personal injury case can become formalized through a personal injury lawyer providing legal representation to you at a civil court proceeding. This court session seeks to find others legally at fault through a court judgment or, as is much more common, such disputes may be resolved through informal settlement negotiations before any lawsuit is filed. Depending on the type of personal injury and the injured party’s damages, the life of a lawsuit can be as short as a few months to as long as a few years.

$4000 and up

A misdemeanor is a type of offense punishable under criminal law. A misdemeanor is typically a crime punishable by less than 12 months in jail. Community service, probation, fines, and imprisonment for less than a year are commonly issued punishments for misdemeanors.


$4000 and up

Child custody and child support may be part of the divorce process or separate legal proceedings. Often parents can agree on everything else but argue over child custody and visitation rights. Having an attorney you are comfortable talking to about parenting and custody arrangements makes the process much easier.

Paternity is often part of a child support case. A single mother can petition the court to order the father of her child to provide child support, but she must prove the alleged father’s paternity. She would need an attorney or other legal services to help bring this case to court.


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Employers often have great discretion over the hiring and firing of their workers. However, if an employer fires an employee in certain forbidden circumstances, this may constitute wrongful termination. To be wrongful termination, the discharge must be a breach of an employment agreement and a violation of state laws or federal laws.

While employers often have great discretion over the hiring and firing of their workers, in certain circumstances firing an employee can constitute wrongful termination. For a firing to meet the definition of wrongful termination, it must be a breach of contract of an employment agreement and a violation of federal and or state laws. For instance, firing someone over their religious beliefs would violate federal civil rights law.

$10,000 and up

Felony crimes are the most serious class of criminal offenses. Felony offenses are generally violent crimes punishable by a jail sentence of more than one year. A felony prison sentence is usually served in a federal or state prison rather than a county jail. Some felony convictions can lead to the death penalty. Types of felonies include:

  • Murder
  • Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
  • Grand theft
  • White collar crimes
  • Specific drug crimes

Those convicted of a felony are called felons. Repeat felons face longer prison times. This is because sentencing laws take into consideration their criminal history. A felony conviction stays on a person’s criminal record for the rest of their life. Most felony cases are serious crimes that are not eligible for expungement.

$600 per hour

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