Tips For Burn Victims: How To Properly Seek Justice

21 August 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Are you the victim of a serious burn injury? Someone may have purposely started a fire that left you suffering from third-degree burns. Not only is it physically and emotionally painful to experience such a traumatic event, but you may now have to undergo a series of procedures, such as skin grafting, to help treat the skin and cover areas that were badly damaged. Now that you have gone through such a terrifying experience, you might not know what to do next. Read More 

Top 4 Reasons To Avoid A DIY Divorce

31 July 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Most people do not want to go through a divorce, but in some cases a married couple is not well suited to continue their relationship. It is possible for people to handle a divorce on their own without either party hiring a divorce attorney, but it is not recommended. A DIY divorce should be avoided for many reasons, such as: Emotional Process A divorce can be a very stressful and emotional process for everyone involved. Read More 

What To Expect During Your Initial Consultation With A Car Accident Lawyer

31 July 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

An automobile crash--it is the one thing most drivers don't expect to happen when they climb behind the wheel of their vehicle during their usual daily routine. However, according to an article on Forbes.com, statistics prove that the average driver will have three or four accidents in their lifetime. Therefore, your chances of having to face injuries and lost wages because of a car accident that was not even your fault are pretty high. Read More 

What’s The Deal With Marijuana And Personal Injury Cases?

18 July 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Recently, a personal injury lawyer brought a suit against the state of Florida in regard to medical marijuana. One interpretation of state law declares that medical patients cannot smoke their medical marijuana, but this attorney begs to differ. He says that the law only stipulates that people can't smoke in public. By extension, patients should be able to smoke in private. While that issue is still being decided, it brings to light an important question. Read More 

Keep Your Estate Plan Accurate With Updates

18 July 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Estate planning can keep your loved ones protected, well after you're gone. However, this is only the case when a plan is accurate and tailored to your situation. If you drafted a plan years ago – great job, but if you've gone through major life changes since then, it might be time to for a revisit. Be confident that your family will be okay by ensuring your plan is concise. Read More