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The materials and information on this site are provided for informational purposes; they do not constitute legal advice. No person should act or rely on any information in this site before seeking an attorney’s advice. Please be aware that time deadlines imposed by the law, such as statutes of limitation and statues of repose, may drastically limit the time you have remaining, if any, in which to file a claim or lawsuit. Neither this website nor any contact information you send to this website creates an attorney-client relationship.

Various pages on this website contain links to other sites which may interest you. The links are not intended to state or imply that Attorney Michael Workman or the Workman Law Firm, PLLC sponsors or has any association with, or legal authorization to use, any trade name, registered trademark or logo, or copyrighted symbol found on the links.

Attorney Michael Workman’s past successes should not be construed as a representation that he will be successful with any particular case in the future, and not every case in which he has been involved has resulted in a favorable outcome. In some of the referenced cases, Michael Workman served as co-counsel. The specific verdicts and settlements listed on this web site often involved complex scientific, medical, and legal issues. These cases were vigorously defended. Significant settlements generally only occur after litigation has ensued and all sides have fully explored the issues through discovery. All the verdicts listed on this site were collected, but sometimes an appeal was required. The outcome of a particular case cannot be predicated upon a lawyer’s or a law firm’s past results.

To the extent that any information contained in this website constitutes a “testimonial” under Cal.R.Prof. Conduct Sec. 1-400(E), Standard 2 (2004), the testimonial does not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of any legal matter. The Bar Rules of some States require designation of a principal office and/or attorney responsible for this website. Workman Law Firm, PLLC designates its office in Charlotte, North Carolina as its principal office, and designates W. Michael Workman as the attorney responsible for the website.

Privacy Policy (Please Read):

The Workman Law Firm, PLLC does not reveal customer information to any individual, vendor, company, direct marketer, trade group or other external organization, unless required by law. We maintain control over the confidentiality of our customer information.

All correspondence between our users and the Workman Law Firm, PLLC is protected by client/attorney privilege. However, you should be aware that email is not a secure method of communication, and you should never provide sensitive information, such as your social security number or credit card numbers, via email.

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