What Filers Need To Know About Bankruptcy

21 May 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Meeting with a bankruptcy attorney to discuss your possible options can feel like a dramatic and scary moment. It's important to understand, however, that a bankruptcy lawyer is trying to help you get a fresh start in dealing with your finances. There are a lot of issues to address, but you can benefit from learning about these four big ones. Two Kinds of Bankruptcies You can petition the court for one of two types of bankruptcies. Read More 

Keys For Putting Together A Divorce Case

21 May 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

According to data, there are more than 780,000 divorces that happen per year. Because of this, you should always be aware of what it takes to get legal representation. When you are able to get divorce representation, you will be in a position to move forward after your marriage has run its course. This allows you to heal and make sure that you are treated fairly and able to split your assets in a way that works. Read More 

Workers’ Comp Insurance And Light Duty Orders: What To Know

22 April 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Most workers who get hurt on the job are fortunate enough to have workers' compensation coverage. This coverage is free of charge to employees who suffer from a work-related injury. The benefits include payment of medical expenses, weekly disability pay, and a settlement if the injury is permanent. You should never have to return to work unless you are ready but sometimes you might be ordered to return to work on light-duty only. Read More 

Dealing With A Work-Related Injury? Top Mistakes To Avoid When Filing For Workers’ Compensation

16 March 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

One of the more challenging times in life maybe if you've been hurt at work. This can cause you a great deal of financial stress, and you may not be able to pay your bills. The best thing to do in a situation of this magnitude is to file for workers' compensation. It's essential to know the mistakes you'll want to avoid during this process. 1. Failing to tell your employer Read More 

Reasons Why You Might Want To Move Forward With A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

10 February 2020
 Categories: , Blog

If someone in your family, such as a spouse, has passed away and you believe that their death could have been avoided and that someone was at fault, you might want to consider filing a wrongful death lawsuit. If you are not yet sure whether you really should move forward with the retaining of a wrongful death attorney, you will want to spend a little time reviewing the following points. Here are some reasons why you may want to move forward with a wrongful death case. Read More