Child Custody Changes: What You Need to Know

You Were Injured By Someone Who Was Driving Under The BAC Limit: Are They Still Liable?

If you were injured in an auto accident and the other driver didn't blow over the legal limit, but they didn't blow 0.0, you want to call a lawyer. If your injuries are bad enough that you're going to have thousands in medical expenses, and if you can't work or resume life like you lived before the accident, you may be able to file a lawsuit. The lawyer will want to look at the police report and see how the other driver was cited. Read More 

Pressure Headaches & Other Symptoms After A Car Accident? You Need To Know About Chiari

If you were injured in a car accident and have been having a lot of different symptoms, none of which seem related to the accident or to each other, you may have a Chiari malformation. Here's what you need to know. What a Chiari Malformation Is A Chiari malformation is when a portion of the lower part of your brain extends too far below the skull and into the spinal cord. Read More 

Patents, Trademarks And Copyrights: Which Kind Of Attorney Do You Need To Protect Your Property?

Intellectual property is defined as anything that is the idea or creation of an individual or a collective, collaborative group. If you have created something and wish to protect your creation legally, you might be wondering which type of protection applies to you-- does it need a patent, a trademark or a copyright? Additionally, do you need the assistance of a copyright, trademark or patent lawyer? The following information should help you figure out exactly what you need and what kind of attorney you need to protect your intellectual property. Read More 

Your Guide To Defense Against Pet Death & Injury Claims

If you have been accused of contributing to the injury or death of another person's pet, you may very well find yourself in court. In addition to being asked to cover the costs of the pet's bills, you may also be sued to pay for emotional distress. In some cases, you may even be charged with animal cruelty or negligence. Unfortunately, this means you may find yourself in court fighting the charges. Read More 

Challenges You May Face When Taking The Bankruptcy Means Test

The means test involves an analysis of your income and expenses to determine whether you can file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. It is designed to prevent those with high incomes from having all their dischargeable debts wiped out since they are considered able to service at least some of their debts. There are lots of calculations that take place in the means test, and it's challenging for those who don't engage bankruptcy lawyers. Read More