Proving Your Personal Injury Case: What To Know

7 September 2021
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Some accident cases require not only a higher level of compensation but a higher level of proof. Your damaged vehicle is one thing but if you want to be paid what you really deserve, get ready to know about proof, how to attain it, and how to pass it along to your lawyer. You don't necessarily have to be a detective to gather what is needed, so read on to find out more. Read More 

Critical Legal Services To Expect From Your Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer

26 July 2021
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When you have a loved one who lives in a nursing home, you expect them to be safe and treated well. You never anticipate that your relative might become the victim of outright abuse or neglect. However, when all signs point to this person being mistreated, you need to act to ensure their safety. You can start by hiring an experienced nursing home abuse lawyer to represent your loved one and family. Read More 

Hit by a Drowsy Driver? Here’s What You Need to Know

11 June 2021
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Drowsy drivers are a common occurrence, and they are more dangerous than you might think. If you have been hit by a drowsy driver, you know the impact that such a serious accident can have on your life. You might be left with medical bills, lost wages, and much more. Do you want to know more about how to recover funds in the wake of such an accident? Here's what you need to know. Read More 

Will You Need Several Attorneys For Your Injury Case?

2 March 2021
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Having several personal injury attorneys to tackle a case is a fairly dramatic idea. While it looks thematic, the more likely scenario is that you'll be dealing with a single personal injury lawyer. Here is what determines how much help an injury case may require. Potential Size Most cases are fairly small and straightforward happenings. Even if the defendant is a large company, such as a big box store, your injury claim will usually go to an insurer. Read More 

Will Moving Change Your Child Custody Agreement?

25 September 2020
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Divorcing parents must come to an agreement when dealing with custody, visitation, and child support issues. Once done, the court is often extremely reluctant to disturb the plans and disrupt the child. Given that the health and happiness of the child is a high priority for the family court, changes to an existing custody plan are unwelcome except in certain circumstances. To find out how moving from one state to the other could affect your parenting agreement, read on. Read More