Your Worker’s Compensation Claim Questions Answered

23 September 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Finding yourself injured as a result of your work can leave you in a precarious situation as you may be unable to work but unable to miss work to seek treatment. Worker's compensation policies are designed to help minimize this particular risk to workers by ensuring that they will be able to receive medical care for any injuries that they may incur while on the job. Should You Expect To Have To Sue Your Employer Directly? Read More 

Do Not Drive Operate Heavy Machinery: What This Medication Label Means For Your DUI Case

20 August 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Getting into a car accident and being arrested for a DUI because you took prescription medication and it affected your ability to drive is never something you want to go through. However, if you find yourself in that position, a particular label on your medication may help your DUI attorney get you off with a proverbial slap on the wrist or acquitted entirely. Here is what that medication label is and why it may be the thing to turn your DUI case into nothing at all. Read More 

Suffered From Domestic Violence? You May Have A Personal Injury Case

17 July 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Has your boyfriend, girlfriend, or spouse been charged with domestic abuse?  One of the most important things you can do during this difficult time is to get your own life back in order and regain any stability that was lost as a result.  How can you go about this? While one of the key ways is to seek criminal proceedings against an abuser, there is another step many fail to properly consider: civil litigation. Read More 

Testifying On Your Own Behalf

14 June 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being arrested and charged with a crime is a daunting experience. The law can be confusing for many unfamiliar with it, and its many quirks are a frustration for those trying their best to be exonerated of a crime. Trial law, in particular, can be extremely complicated. Fortunately, all of those accused of a crime have rights in the US, and one of the most important is the right to legal representation. Read More 

Working On Contingency: Why Most Personal Injury Lawyers Work This Way

14 May 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you hear about lawyers working on contingency, only collecting a fee if they win the case, you may wonder why all lawyers do not operate this way. Well, there are certainly some good reasons for the lawyers to work this way, but it does not work out well for all types of law and all types of cases. For example, a divorce lawyer could not work on contingency because there is no guarantee that a lawyer could get someone everything they want in a divorce. Read More