We have been providing legal services to individuals and legal entities independently since 2012. We specialize in the recovery of damages. We represent victims and survivors of victims of road traffic accidents (compensation for personal injury, vehicle damage), defend the persons responsible for the road traffic accidents in criminal and administrative offence proceedings, represent persons suffering from occupational injuries and occupational diseases. We have attended several hundred court hearings, mainly in the field of civil law, family law and criminal law, and countless administrative proceedings as legal representatives of traffic offenders. We provide legal services to local self-government units (cities and municipalities) in their independent and delegated competences.
She gained legal experience while studying at the Faculty of Law of Charles University in the law firm of JUDr. Rudolf Kozusnik, where she focused mainly on real estate and corporate law. At the same time, she participated for several years in the implementation of preventive and educational projects of the BESIP department, Ministry of Transport.
After graduating from the Faculty of Law of Charles University in 2009, she started her legal practice at the renowned law firm Brož & Partner (now Brož, Sedlatý), where she gained experience in housing association law, debt recovery and compensation disputes. She represented clients in proceedings before courts and public authorities (administrative bodies), drafted and revised contracts in the field of civil law and commercial law.
In 2010 she passed the rigorous examination at the Department of Commercial Law of Charles University and prepared her rigorous thesis on “Contractual and non-contractual obligations in private international law” and obtained the degree of JUDr.
JUDr. Martina Čejková is a lawyer registered in the list of lawyers maintained by the Czech Bar Association under No. 14707.
Specialization in compensation for damages and personal injury
Her main agenda is the representation of injured persons and survivors of victims of road traffic accidents (compensation for personal injury, damage to vehicles), defends the persons suffering from occupational injuries and diseases, deals with compensation for medical malpractice. During this time, she has attended several hundred court hearings mainly in the field of civil law, family law and criminal law and countless administrative proceedings as a legal representative of traffic offenders.
She also provides legal advice and analytical work to non-governmental and non-profit organizations.
She graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen in 2009. During her studies she worked as a paralegal in a law firm. After graduating from the Law Faculty, she worked as a legal trainee in the law firm of JUDr. Alan Korbel, which focused on general practice, especially criminal law, and in the law firm of Mgr. Karel Fischer, focusing on public procurement and competition law, commercial law and real estate law.
She has been working as a lawyer since 2014. She provides comprehensive legal services, specializing mainly in criminal law, civil law and family law.
Mgr. Zuzana Novotná is a lawyer registered in the list maintained by the Czech Bar Association under No. 15345.
She graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen in 2020.
During her studies, she already had an internship at a law firm in Tábor. In this law firm she gained experience in civil law, family law, criminal law, commercial law, debt recovery, reviewing and drafting contracts in the field of civil and commercial law. During her studies, she completed an internship at the District Court in Tábor, where she participated in family and criminal law hearings. After the hearings, she always consulted with the relevant judges who dealt with the issue.
She provides comprehensive legal services. Within her practice she specialises in compensation for damage, traffic accidents and traffic law, including road traffic offences. She also deals with criminal law, family law, inheritance law, civil law, revision and drafting of contracts in the field of civil and commercial law.
She provides legal services in Czech and English.
She successfully completed her studies at the Faculty of Law of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen in January 2022.
During her studies, she first worked in a Pilsen law firm dealing mainly with general practice. She subsequently gained experience as a paralegal at a law firm in Prague, where she focused on stopping unlawful executions and consumer law. During her studies, she also completed an internship at the public prosecutor's office, during which she participated in court hearings and consulted cases with prosecutors.
She provides comprehensive legal services. Within her practice she specialises in compensation for damage, road traffic accidents and traffic law, including traffic administrative offences.
She provides legal services in Czech and English.
She graduated from the Secondary and Higher Vocational School of Hotel Management and Services in Opava (2018) and subsequently worked for three years in a property development company as an office assistant.
At the law firm of JUDr. Martina Čejková, she works as an assistant, manages the office's filing agenda, communicates with clients and other entities.
She speaks Czech and English.
Our law firm supports the Vindicia Helps Foundation, which focuses on supporting people and animals in distress, as well as educating people about insurance, civil claims and the proper compensation process.
The foundation was founded by Vindicia, a company that has long been dedicated to compensation following car accidents, medical malpractice, occupational and school injuries. In its practice, we encounter a variety of sad human stories – therefore we decided to dedicate part of her activities to publicizing them and trying to help. Whether they are children with a long-term illness or seriously injured children who continue to struggle with their fate, the Vindicia Helps Foundation proves that they are not alone in their situation.
Anyone can join, from a regular monthly donation of CZK 100 to a one-off support of a specific project which grabs the donor’s heart. Contributions from companies and citizens are welcome.
Just visit https://www.pomaha.cz and choose your form of cooperation.
Thank you very much for any help!