What happens when something you buy off of an individual causes someone that you love to suffer from serious injuries? Learn what to do.

Why You Don’t Want To Skip Hiring A Personal Injury Attorney

16 October 2015
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If you have been recently injured in an accident and it was not your fault, you might want to consider holding the responsible party responsible for the cost of everything that came with such injuries. Sure, you could try to do this on your own, but you might not have as much success as you would if you had a personal injury attorney by your side. To help you understand just why that is, you will want to review the following points. Read More …

Avoiding a Criminal Conviction: Diversion Programs and Who Is Eligible

2 October 2015
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A criminal conviction can haunt an offender for the rest of his or her life. Having a criminal record makes it difficult to find employment and can have a negative impact on an individual's social interactions and personal relationships.  For this reason, a criminal defense attorney will generally do everything within his or her power to see to it that a client avoids conviction. Fortunately for first offenders, it is often possible to avoid a conviction through what is known as a diversion program. Read More …

2 Reasons To Hire An Attorney After Being Involved In A Truck Accident

22 September 2015
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Statistics show that there are about 5.6 million semi trucks registered in the United States today. If you travel down America's roadways on a daily basis, you are likely sharing the road with these large vehicles. And accidents involving both semis and passenger vehicles can occur, causing serious damage. If you have been involved in an accident with a semi truck, it's important that you contact an attorney as quickly as possible. Read More …

Could You Be Eligible For Workers’ Comp Even Though You’re Not Considered An Employee?

14 August 2015
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Workers who are classified as independent contractors by their employers may assume that they are not eligible for workers' compensation if they suffer a personal injury while working. While this usually turns out to be true, there are some circumstances that could qualify a personal injury plaintiff for eligibility for workers' compensation benefits. However, being granted benefits in such a situation will generally require a legal battle with the employer. Read More …

What To Do If You Discover The Executor Is Stealing From The Estate

31 July 2015
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Most people who are appointed as executors of estates are trustworthy and do the job to the best of their ability. Unfortunately, there are a few who view this position as an opportunity to enrich their own lives by taking assets that belong to the deceased's beneficiaries. Here's what you should do if you know the executor of your loved one's estate is stealing from it. File an Injunction An injunction is a court order that legally compels a person or company to either take a certain action or stop doing something. Read More …