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Theft & Larceny

Charges involving theft and larceny can come with hefty penalties, including fines, jail time or even prison time. Perhaps just as — maybe even more — importantly, having a theft-related crime on your record can haunt you for the rest of your life as you seek employment opportunities and housing.

At the CraigWilliams, PLC, we're not here to judge. We understand that good people occasionally do bad things or find themselves in a bad situation. One mistake should not define who you are for the rest of your life or limit your opportunity to provide for yourself and your family.

One call is all it takes to begin fighting back against damaging charges. Call 540-603-0405 now for a free consultation with a proven criminal defense lawyer.

Attorneys Who Will Fight For Your Rights

We defend people in Louisa County and throughout Central Virginia against felony and misdemeanor criminal charges stemming from accusations of:

  • Theft
  • Larceny
  • Burglary
  • Embezzlement
  • Fraud
  • Shoplifting

Prosecutors know that we're lawyers unafraid to fight. We believe in building a strong defense and aggressively pursuing an outcome that is in the best interest of our clients. Our record of refusing less than stellar deals allows us to negotiate from a position of strength. When an agreement cannot be reached, our experience handling hundreds of trials allows us to fight on with confidence.

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You don't have to let a theft or larceny charge ruin the rest of your life. Contact us today for a free consultation with an experienced criminal law attorney.

Fighting Back Against Theft & Larceny Charges
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What Is A Premises Liability Claim?

In Virginia, property owners have a duty to keep their property reasonably safe for guests. They must warn guests if a dangerous condition exists on the property. If they fail in their duty and a guest is injured, the guest may have a premises liability claim against the owner. For example, you slip on an icy step at your apartment building or you trip and fall on a rug at a store.

Although this sounds straightforward, proving a premises liability claim can be quite complicated. You must show that the owner owed you a legal duty and prove that their negligence resulted in your injury. You need a skilled lawyer to help you navigate the many aspects of proving this type of case. At CraigWilliams, PLC, we have experience dealing with many different types of premises liability claims in the Louisa County area. We are practiced trial attorneys who aren’t afraid to fight for the compensation you deserve.

Where Do Premises Liability Accidents Happen?

These accidents can happen anywhere. The common example most people hear about is slipping and falling on a wet floor at a supermarket. Falls are a common premises liability accident. Falling objects also cause injuries. For example, improperly stacked merchandise at a store could fall onto customers, resulting in a head injury. You can have a claim on private property, as well, including your own. Landlords generally have a duty to keep your property well maintained.

If you are injured on government property, such as a city park, be aware that these claims are much more difficult to pursue because of government immunity laws. That means you cannot sue the government without their consent. You can still bring your suit against a city in Virginia, or the state, but you must give notice of your lawsuit within special time limits. Contact our office right away to make sure you bring your claim in time.

Call For A Free Consultation Today

We offer free attorney consultations to analyze your case and help you decide how to move forward with your claim. Call us at 540-603-0405 or email our office. We look forward to speaking with you.