Mistakes People Make After A Dog Bite Injury

13 April 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

There are all kinds of ways you can get injured in your day-to-day life through no fault of your own. However, if there is one type of injury that is least expected, it is a dog bite injury. Because being attacked or injured by an animal can be so frightening and unfamiliar, it is not at all uncommon for an injured individual to make some pretty big mistakes. To ensure you don't do anything to compromise a potential personal injury claim after a dog bite, it's important to know these common mistakes you can make and how to avoid them. Read More 

Are Your Civil Rights Being Violated At Work?

9 April 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Civil rights is a sector of the law that just about every person has heard of. However, it's also an area of the law that only a small number of people understand. This is particularly the case when it comes to civil rights within an employment environment. Make sure you understand what your rights are. What Are Civil Rights? Start your quest by learning exactly what civil rights are. In the simplest of terms, these rights outline the requirement for each citizen to be treated equally. Read More 

Injuries That Don’t Heal And Workers’ Comp

15 March 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

For those injured at work, your employer provides a valuable benefit. Workers' comp insurance will cover your medical expenses and even pay a portion of your salary while you stay home and recuperate. In most cases, your time using this benefit is relatively short, and you return to your usual job once you are healed and released by the doctor. Since you are only receiving a portion of your salary, it's best if you are able to return to your job as soon as possible, since most people will begin to suffer financially because of the reduced pay. Read More 

What To Know About Keeping Costs Down In Your Divorce

15 March 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

For divorcing couples that just cannot agree on much of anything and that allow their issues to be hashed out in divorce court, it can get expensive. Costs can mount quickly when you consider the cost of paying attorneys for their time, court fees, fees for custody evaluations and financial experts, private investigators, property appraisers and more. Unless you both want to find yourselves completely broke or in debt once your divorce is final, you need to take action now to keep those costs down. Read More 

Knowing What Lies Ahead For Your Bankruptcy

15 March 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

The most difficult of part of the bankruptcy process, for some, is the initial decision. Once you have done that, it can help to know what to expect in the next few months. Most bankruptcies take a matter of months to be complete, depending on the court case load in your federal district. Read on to learn more about the simple steps that make up a chapter 7 bankruptcy filing. Read More