What Happens When You Provide Notification Of A Personal Injury Claim?

27 April 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are hurt by another person or other entity, you may have thought about filing a personal injury claim if you are going to be out a lot of money and time due to your injuries. If you plan to file a lawsuit, you should officially notify those you intend to sue. Here are some things you need to do. Discover Liability Before you can sue, you have to first make sure you are suing the correct person or entity. Read More 

Been In A Car Accident While On-The-Clock? 4 Steps To Protect Your Workers Compensation Claim

20 March 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you were involved in a car accident while working as a delivery person, take the right steps. If you were on the clock at the time of the accident, you may be eligible for workers compensation benefits. Here are some steps you need to take if your car accident occurred while you were on the clock. Stay at the Scene If you've been in a car accident, and you're on the clock, you may be tempted to leave the scene. Read More 

How A Traditional Divorce Works

18 February 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you find yourself in a situation where you really believe that you cannot stay married any longer, you might want to go to a law firm to speak with a divorce lawyer. Even though you probably never expected to be in this situation, it is something that happens to a lot of married couples. If you do not know a lot about divorce, here are several things to understand about how a traditional divorce works. Read More 

How an Attorney Can Help You Respond to a DUI Charge

16 January 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

DUI charges can be life-changing. That's why facing one alone can cause you a lot of stress. DUI attorneys can, fortunately, help you tackle this tough legal situation by providing the following services.  Prove Innocence  If you feel like you were given this DUI charge unfairly, as you didn't have a sip of alcohol, it's a good idea to hire a DUI attorney. They can prove your innocence by gathering the necessary forms of evidence. Read More