Wites & Kapetan, P.A.

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Our Services

Personal Injury

Personal Injury

Sexual Abuse

Sexual Abuse

Wrongful Death

Wrongful Death

Investment Disputes

Investment Disputes

Class Actions

Class Actions

Truck Accidents

Truck Accidents

Home Insurance Claims

Home Insurance Claims

Whistle Blower

Whistle Blower

Testimonials

  • Marc Wites really helped me!

     Several other lawyers refused to take my case, and one that did gave up on me.  Marc and his firm took my case, and conducted a full and thorough investigation. When they discovered that the other side withheld evidence, Marc pursued an appeal, which we won.  In the end, Marc got me a great settlement.  I am indebted to him.

    Dennise King
  • He is well spoken, discrete, knowledgeable, persistent, and gets results.

    I have known Marc for a very long time and we have worked together on many occasions. He has always maintained the ultimate level of professionalism and can be trusted with anything. He is well spoken, discrete, knowledgeable, persistent, and gets results. I have recommended Marc in the past and will continue.

    Brian Plewinski
  • We would recommend them thoroughly!

    Mr. Wites accepted my case when other lawyers would not. He never promised what he couldn’t deliver. He was realistic, upfront and honest. He actually returns phone calls. And his willingness to explain the legal process and to take time to answer questions was greatly appreciated. I would definitely contact Mr. Wites if I ever needed a lawyer again

    Karla

Our Lawyers

Attorney

Brian Wisniewski

Attorney
Marc Wites - Wites Law Firm

Marc Wites

Partner
Attorney

Thomas Rogers

Attorney

FAQs

  • Marc A. Wites has been a lawyer since 1994.  Since that time, he has obtained multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements in personal injury and wrongful death actions, sexual abuse cases and class actions, and has successfully represented investors and consumers in many other types of cases.  Marc only represents the injured. He never represents insurance companies or corporations. 

  • Yes.  The Wites Law Firm offers free, no obligation consultations.

  • The Wites Law Firm represents injured persons and their families in personal injury and wrongful death actions, sexual abuse cases, class actions, homeowner and commercial property insurance claims, investment disputes, and consumer claims.

  • Yes.  Not all lawyers take cases to trial.  Many lawyers have never taken a case to trial. Marc A. Wites has taken many cases to jury trials, bench trials and final arbitration hearings. 

     

  • A class action is a lawsuit brought by one person that has a claim that is the same or similar to a larger group of people.  The person bringing the lawsuit is commonly referred to as the “Class  Representative” or the “Named Plaintiff”.  The larger group of people is called the “Class”

  • Only one. A class action may be initiated by only one person, who serves as the Class Representative and files the class action lawsuit on behalf of the Class.  The Class in some class actions may include tens of thousands, or even hundreds of thousands of persons. Class actions may also involve much smaller groups, where the Class has only a few hundred people, and even as few as 40 or so.  In either event, only one person is required to come forward to begin the class action lawsuit by serving as the Class Representative and filing the class action complaint with their lawyer.

  • The law of class actions, and the rules of civil procedure that govern class actions, applies to virtually all cases, provided that such case satisfies the requirements to be a class action.  For example, class actions may involve defective products; fraud in the sale of securities (i.e., stock); antitrust violations; overcharging for products and services such as insurance or fees in real estate transactions; charging a fee when no service is provided; unfair and deceptive trade practices; and pharmaceuticals.

  • No.  Class action lawyers work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you, as the Class Representative, are not obligated to pay your lawyer’s attorney’s fees or costs.  If the case is successful, the lawyers will ask the Court to award them, from the recovery obtained for the Class, attorney’s fees and the reimbursement of their costs

  • Class action lawsuits are complex and difficult to litigate. While some class actions may be resolved in a year or two, it is not uncommon for class actions to remain in court for many years.

     

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