For the last 40 years, the lawyers at Parks, Chesin & Walbert have been committed to representing clients in a wide array of cases, including constitutional disputes, employment discrimination, civil rights, class actions, government contracting, and catastrophic injury cases. We are committed to our clients. Whether you come to us for advice and guidance or to represent you in court, you are entitled to our sound judgment and hard work. Clients should not only be well represented, they should feel treated right by their law firm.
We are proud to have earned many landmark victories for our clients. The legal landscape can be complicated without experienced legal counsel on your side. We believe in the promise of fairness and equality and bring it home every day. If you’ve suffered a loss, been cheated, harassed, or lost an opportunity because of discrimination, we can help. We have represented hundreds of clients in cases ranging from wrongful death, product liability, and all manner of employment disputes. The lawyers in our firm have desegregated institutions, broken racial and gender barriers, ensured fair treatment at the hands of the government, fought against dangerous products, and represented the victims of medical malpractice.
PCW is a litigation boutique specializing in “rights law,” with expertise in employment rights, civil rights, constitution rights, voting rights, contractual rights, student rights, the rights of the disabled with an emphasis on the deaf, education law, and the rights of those injured due to the negligence of others. PCW represents both plaintiffs and defendants in high profile cases that frequently garner local, regional, and even national attention.
Our reputation for innovative approaches to legal challenges and achieving positive results has earned us respect in our field and achieved justice for our clients. We offer fee arrangements to meet our clients’ needs. So, if you’re looking for someone to listen or fight for you, call us and let one of our experienced attorneys look at your case.