3 Things To Consider Before You File A Car Accident Lawsuit

A car accident is a traumatizing event, especially if you have experienced severe injuries. Besides the trauma, the injuries you incur can be costly to treat, and you may not be able to work due to your injuries. This leaves you with little resources to get the best medical care while you work to meet your needs. These are among the pressures that might push you to sign a settlement offer quickly. Read More 

6 Reasons to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have been injured in an accident, you are right to consider the financial impact. Not only do you have medical bills to pay after your injury, but you also have the added complication of not being able to work as you recover. So, you might consider hiring a personal injury lawyer so that you receive the help you deserve. Here are six reasons why you should consider hiring a lawyer to get the representation you need. Read More 

Embroiled In A Domestic Violence Case? Why You Need An Attorney

Being charged with domestic violence can have devastating consequences. Not only do you face the possibility of jail time, but there are also other ramifications that may be worse than physical imprisonment. What if you are forbidden from seeing your children because a judge has deemed you to be unfit? Or, what if you are locked up for so long that you lose your job because you didn't have enough time to cover your stint in jail? Read More 

8 Things to Know About Under-Aged Alcohol Consumption and DUI Charges

You can be arrested and charged with a crime if you are caught drinking and driving before the age of 21. In addition, you may be charged with multiple things like a DUI and under-age alcohol consumption. Read on for the things you should know about these charges. DUI Charges in General In all states, a person (of any age) can be arrested and charged with DUI if their blood alcohol concentration (BAC) measures at or above . Read More 

Why Are Divorce And Child Custody Handled Separately?

When a couple ends their marriage and they have dependent children together, it's normal for the courts to treat the divorce itself as a separate issue from the custody of the kids. This can leave you with a lot of questions for a lawyer, and the most obvious concerns you might have are why is it done this way and how does it impact you. Why Are They Separate Issues? Read More