Firm & Practice
The Lietz Law Firm is a national law firm dedicated to providing compassionate and aggressive representation for victims and their families in cases of wrongful death or critical injury. Each and every client will benefit from our legal knowledge and courtroom expertise. We will advocate – through litigation, trial, or negotiation – for the maximum compensation due under the law… and fight for new laws to help protect the public’s safety.
We’ve been called ferocious advocates. Attorneys who possess an innate passion for combat. Champions for the rights of people in society who most need it. We are both respected and feared as an unflinching team of savvy litigators.
And while our reputation within the industry is quite large, our firm is not… by design. It’s how we are able to give you personalized attention every step of the way. At The Lietz Law Firm, a carefully managed caseload ensures that each and every client receives the full and undivided focus of all of our resources and attention.
Our experience in the areas of civil litigation, mass disaster litigation, aviation law, personal injury law, and products liability law benefits all of our clients, and compares favorably to other firms in these areas of the law.
The Aggressive Discovery of Facts
Uncovering the facts in a transportation or other disaster can be a complex and involved process. Getting to the scene as soon as possible has proven to be a winning strategy, and The Lietz Law Firm stands ready to do just that.
The firm routinely puts together a team of attorneys, investigators, and experts to gather and document the evidence just as soon as we become involved in the case. Because of our aggressive posture on the discovery of facts, our firm often leads the investigation… bringing out the true facts of the disaster for all involved.
- Airplane Crashes and Train Derailments
- Natural Gas and Petrolium Fire and Explosions
- Industrial Accidents
- Death Caused by Escalators, Cranes, and Tractor Trailers
- Class Action Suits Involving Wage Abuse, Tobacco, and HMOs