Whether you are charged with a crime or dealing with a dispute between another person, you may have important questions that do not have easy answers. At the law firm of Park & Kim, LLLC our lawyers are dedicated to proving excellent service and helping clients achieve their legal goals. Below we compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions we get.
Q: Will I lose my license if I get a DUI in Hawaii?
A: Your license will get suspended for 90 days after your first DUI. After your first the penalties become harsher, including jail time and hefty fines.
Q: Do I have to take a breathalyzer test in Hawaii?
A: Yes. Even it is your first time denying one, you will face a 1-year license revocation. The penalties become harsher after that.
Q: How does a lawyer help fight a traffic ticket?
A: having a lawyer by your side for a traffic violation can help by investigating whether the stop was legal and if you committed a driving offense.
Q: The police called me in to talk. Should I bring a lawyer?
A: Yes. Having a lawyer with you can help you understand your rights while talking to the police.
Q: My landlord is evicting me for no reason. What can I do?
A: If you believe a landlord is treating you unfairly, or has violated your lease, a lawyer can help you fight the eviction.
Q: If I fell at a store because the floor was wet, can I sue?
A: If the store knew the floor was wet and did not take any action, you may be eligible for compensation.
Q: what kind of compensation can I receive in a personal injury case?
A: If you are injured in an accident that is someone’s else’s fault, you may be able to receive compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, property damage and loss of companionship.
Q: How will a lawyer help my person injury case?
A: A lawyer will investigate the accident and try to determine fault. Lawyers also understand how insurance companies operate and can work to secure you the maximum compensation.
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Our lawyers in Honolulu are experienced in dealing with criminal law issues as well as civil disputes. If you would like to discuss your case, give us a call today at 808-483-0302 or contact us online.