I FIGHT for workers with Non-Subscriber, ERISA, and Arbitration cases.  If you have been hurt at work, I CAN HELP YOU!



If I'm your 4th lawyer, you won't need

to go any further.

It is critical that you select the right person to protect your rights and represent your interests immediately. 

Obtaining qualified representation quickly is imperative.  Answering questions about an incident to your employer, the first responders at the scene, or a doctor may be necessary.  When doing so, you should be cautious and only provide the information necessary to cooperate with medical professionals with providing care.  Afterwards, it is imperative that you have someone qualified to help you discuss the event further and advocate on your behalf.  Do not agree to or sign anything without a detailed understanding of your rights, and do not hesitate to have a lawyer assist you.

Most employers' insurance companies and hospitals keep an attorney on retainer and they are ready to protect their interests.  Many of them specialize in getting you to say and do things that will hurt your case before it has even started.  James Grantham will protect your rights!  He will deal with every aspect of your case from the moment that you decide to work with him.

James will make sure that you are not victimized again by lawyers, insurance carriers, company doctors, or anyone else regarding your case.  He will make sure that you get to see a doctor that will listen, not just try to discount your injury and get you on your way.  James will make sure you are getting the medical care that you need and that the billing for those services is reasonable and ethical.  He will help you document expenses, lost wages, and other costs associated with your injuries.  He will make sure that you understand your rights and the process.  He will keep you informed and guide you every step of the way.


Injury Representation

What is Personal Injury?

Personal injury cases are lawsuits that result from one person enduring damage from an accident or injury, in which another person could be held legally responsible.

  • A "Formal Lawsuit" is when the parties involved cannot agree and a court decides the compensation.
  • An "Informal Settlement" is a negotiation that includes a written agreement that neither side will seek any further action; instead, choosing on a settled amount of compensation.

How long do I have?

You need to retain counsel immediately.  Talking to others about your case without being represented can damage your ability to be properly compensated.  You may also have a limited amount of time to request compensation.  Statute of Limitations vary by state and type of injury.  They have mainly been fashioned through past court proceedings.  Our attorneys have a deep understanding of these developments.