In 1996 he completed a 20 hour National Highway Traffic Safety Administration approved training course on Standard Field Sobriety Testing, and a 20 hour refresher course in June 1997. In 2004, Ken authored articles on "Law You Can Use" for the Oh...
Practice areas & skills: General Practice, DUI & DWI, Criminal Defense
Review: “I recently hired Bryan to investigate and advise me with my court case. He's knowledgeable, thorough and actually returned my calls in a very timely manner. He's confident, has a pleasant demeanor and answers all...
Practice areas & skills: General Practice, Estate Planning, Family, Corporate & Incorporation, Personal Injury
Review: “Contacted Mr Gabelman about an issue and he got back to me right away. He is friendly, knowledgeable and beyond professional. Would recommend his services to anyone needed a good lawyer. ”
Practice areas & skills: General Practice, Criminal Defense, Appeals, Personal Injury, Litigation
General practice attorneys perform a wide range of legal services but usually do not focus on a single area of the law. You will usually find a general practice lawyer in a small town, but big cities have them as well. You might consider a general practice lawyer as a “Jack of all Trades” who can give advice in many legal areas, represent you in common lawsuits and negotiations, and prepare everyday agreements and contracts. If you have a legal issue and aren't sure what type of lawyer should handle it, a general practice attorney is a good starting point. A general practice lawyer will refer you to an attorney who handles a specific practice area if necessary.