When Can You Sue Your Home Builder For A Foundation Defect?

If you've recently purchased a newly-constructed home, you've probably been looking forward to minimal maintenance for the next decade or two while your neighbors with older homes spend thousands to replace their roof, windows, or heating and cooling systems. However, in some situations, you could find yourself dealing with a construction defect -- namely, a cracked or leaking foundation that allows water to flow into your basement or even causes your floors to settle unevenly. Read More 

What Should You Know About Filing A Wrongful Death Claim In Alabama?

If you've recently suffered the tragic loss of a spouse, child, or other immediate family member due to another's negligence, you may be bouncing between grief and rage and wondering about your next steps. While there's never an upside to such a tragedy, if the accident or injury that claimed your loved one's life took place in Alabama, you may be able to benefit from fairly generous laws governing wrongful death lawsuits. Read More 

Do You Still Have To Pay Child Support If You Go To Jail?

A report by the Pew Charitable Trusts found that 1.2 million people serving time in jail are parents of minor children. If you are a non-custodial parent, you may still be required to pay child support regardless of whether you were incarcerated before or after your divorce was finalized and the support order was established. Here's more information about this issue and what you can do if you don't have the cash to pay. Read More