3 Steps Involved In Filing A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

The loss of a loved one is not meant to be easy. Not only will you have to deal with the physical loss and the emotions that come along with it, but you will also have a great deal of financial obligations after a loved one passes away suddenly. In certain situations, you may be able to file a wrongful death suit against another person or party after the loss of a loved one. Read More 

4 Things To Do Immediately If You Get In A Car Accident

If you don't live in one of a handful of states that has no-fault laws, there's a good chance you need to seek legal representation if you are ever involved in a car accident. Before you call an attorney, your best bet is to gather some information first. Here's a look at what a lawyer will likely need should you ever find yourself in this unfortunate situation. 1. Seek Out Bystander Information Read More 

The Chicken Or The Egg Defense: What It Is, And How To Prepare For It

After hiring a personal injury attorney and deciding to pursue a personal injury lawsuit, it is important to disclose to your lawyer anything that could potentially affect your case. For example, if you have an illness or diagnosis that preceded the case, and that diagnosis could be considered the source of your personal injury or your personal injury is related to your medical/health issue, you lawyer will want to know that. Read More 

Take These Important Actions Before Your Personal Injury Trial

While car wreck victims can often take advantage of a settlement offer, many end up taking their personal injury cases to trial. While it's true that your lawyer will mount a convincing case and try to win your claim, there are a few things you should be doing to help, and they need to be done before you go to trial. Read on to learn more. Be Ready to Speak About Your Experience Read More 

Small Business Owners: Do You Need A Worker’s Compensation Attorney?

Owning your own business can be both a blessing and a curse. While you have the freedom to make your own judgment calls and determine how everything will operate, you also have to deal with all that comes with having and caring for employees. If an employee is hurt while working for you and he or she decides to file a worker's compensation claim, you will need to know what your next move should be. Read More