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What We Do

Seltzer & Seltzer, L.C. is a general civil practice law firm serving clients in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. We concentrate our practice in the areas of construction law, business, personal injury and general legal matters. Our firm focuses on collection matters concerning mechanic’s liens and past due commercial accounts receivables collection matters.

Our collection approach has been helping our clients collect what they are owed more quickly, efficiently and cost effectively. Our objective is to always employ a professional, yet stern action-focused and results oriented approach to solving our client’s legal matters.

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Mechanics Liens

Debtors owing you money can and will face legal action. A legal remedy may be the only solution. Mechanic’s Liens and payment bonds are effective collection tools. We will fight for you and get you paid. The enforcement of Mechanic’s Lien Claim and Payment Bond rights is powerful tool to collect outstanding receivables. Mechanic’s Lien claims are used to collect for projects on privately owned property. Payment Bond claims are used for projects on publicly owned property. Both require your business to take action before the expiration of the applicable deadline. Don’t hesitate, contact us today.

Personal Injury

When you are injured, you need experienced legal counsel to look out for your interests. From the moment you contact Seltzer & Seltzer, our goal is to help relieve your stress, understand your injury and ultimately fight to pursue the maximum payment recovery possible. Our personal injury cases include motor vehicle accidents, worker’s compensation, burns, medical malpractice, dog bites, and wrongful death cases. We have your best interest in mind, help you answer questions, and fight for your rights and fair compensation for pain and suffering. Don’t ignore your rights; seek our counsel even if for peace of mind in understanding your legal remedies available.

Business Law

We have the experience you need when it comes to business law including both litigation and transaction matters. Contract drafting and review, contract disputes, purchases, establishing new business entities (including corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies), commercial collections, commercial loan document review, business purchases, partner and shareholder disputes, buy-sell agreements, employment agreements and non-compete agreements.

Litigation experience and insight helps identify options in structuring transactions and drafting agreements to avoid disputes. Seltzer & Seltzer, L. C. has helped clients buy and sell businesses as well. We have handled transactions involving multi-million dollar construction loans and asset purchases. The firm regularly meets with new clients to select an appropriate business entity and then works with these clients over the long-term as they need more specialized legal services.

General Practice

Approximately one-half of the firm’s practice involves litigation in each of our practice areas. The goal in litigation is to meet the client’s needs, whether the client is risk adverse or motivated to aggressively pursue their claim. Seltzer & Seltzer, L. C. is an experienced litigation firm that has conducted jury and court trials and arbitrations. Whatever your dispute is, seeking an attorney to help you understand our rights and potential outcomes will give you the much-needed knowledge for a better decision.

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