Law

Make Sure To Cover Your Financial Situation During Injury Settlements

For many people, a personal injury settlement seems like victory. It's not an admission of guilt in many cases, but it does mean that you'll get some compensation for your troubles. Unfortunately, there's an entire set of methods and manipulative psychology that can go into pushing victims towards a settlement amount that just isn't a good deal. Here are a few injury settlement compensation concepts to keep in mind as you evaluate any settlement, or as you work on setting your price. Read More 

Three Benefits Associated With The Medical Side Of Claim When Hiring A Car Accident Attorney

If you have been injured in an automobile accident, you may be on the fence about whether or not you should hire a personal injury attorney, also referred to as a car accident attorney, to help you with your claim. Most people know that a lawyer can help navigate them through the process of filing the claim and settling or winning their case. However, there are many other benefits associated with hiring a personal injury lawyer after a car accident. Read More 

4 Reasons A DIY Divorce Is Not A Good Idea

Coming to the decision to divorce is very difficult and stressful for most couples. It is not uncommon for married couples who are worried about changing from having a dual income to a single income to consider a DIY divorce in order to save money on lawyer's fees. While it is true that experienced, reputable divorce lawyers are not cheap, it is always in your best interest to have a lawyer represent you during a divorce. Read More 

3 Things To Do Before Meeting With A Divorce Attorney

Making the decision to end your marriage can be challenging, but it's important that you are prepared to take legal action in order to finalize your divorce. Many people opt to hire a divorce attorney to protect their interests during the legal divorce process. Here are three things that you should do before meeting with your divorce attorney for the first time to ensure your divorce is a success in the future. Read More 

3 Tips for Giving a Deposition That Won’t Tank Your Case

Unless you'll be suing in small claims court, there are a number of things that will happen before your case will see the inside of a courtroom; one of which is you'll be required to give a deposition. This is where you meet with the defendant's attorney and provide testimony about the events that led to the lawsuit against the defendant as well as the damages and losses you sustained as a result. Read More