When you're a small business owner, it's easy to tie up the bulk of your available funds in operating the business, but you should also plan to keep some funds aside to pay for legal representation in the event that you face business litigation. Although large corporations are often synonymous with legal disputes, the reality is that there are many legal issues that small business owners can also encounter. You don't want a business dispute hindering your productivity or profitability, so it's important that you hire a business attorney who can help to resolve the matter fairly and quickly for you.
8 November 2017
If your neighbor offered you a ride to a grocery store and was driving faster than the posted speed limit and refused to slow down or let you out of the vehicle while en route to the destination and their car hit another vehicle at a traffic light as a result of the careless driving, you may be suffering from whiplash and feel dazed and confused as a result of the traffic accident.
3 November 2017
Did you know that genital herpes affects up to 1 in 6 people aged 14-49? This disease has become ever more prevalent over time, according to the Centers for Disease Control, and chances are it will affect you or someone you know sooner or later. If that someone is you, you may be naturally wondering if your last few sexual encounters were unwise. In most cases, you may know who passed this sexually transmitted disease to you, and they may even admit that they knew they had it.
26 October 2017
Have you become disabled and unable to work? Are you entitled to compensation or government disability payments but you keep getting your claims denied? When you're sick or injured, day-to-day life can be difficult enough. You don't want the added hassle of trying to deal with an insurance company or the government. Maybe you've already toyed with the idea of hiring a lawyer to handle everything but have dismissed the thought for various reasons.
22 October 2017
Paying bail allows you to be released from jail almost as soon as you are arrested so that you can fight your charges from the outside. However, you aren't guaranteed an immediate release on bail if you are arrested; in some cases, you may not even be released at all. Here are some of the cases where your release on bail may delay or you may be refused bail: There Is a Delay in Seeing the Judge
19 October 2017
If you have been charged with a DUI, you may be looking to hire a DUI lawyer. A DUI lawyer may be able to help you present a defense for your DUI, helping to get the charges reduced or dismissed. There are many important questions to ask when hiring a DUI lawyer, including questions related to their education, experience and how they will handle your case. But while you may know to ask these questions, there are many others that you may not know to ask.
17 October 2017
Divorce can be a traumatizing event for children, and when you and your spouse can get along well enough to make some joint decisions about their future it's always for the best. When it comes to children and divorce, the family court system makes it a high priority to protect them from any negative consequences. As long as you and your spouse are on the same page and can create an agreement, it won't be necessary to involve the courts, but unfortunately, that doesn't always happen.
15 October 2017
If you have been treated for a dog bite, your first thought might be to trace the owner and sue them for the injuries. This makes sense because, in most cases, dog owners are liable for the injuries their animals cause. However, there are a few cases in which a dog owner may not be liable for their animal's attack; here are some of those cases: You Provoked the Dog
13 October 2017
When you are accused of a crime that you did not commit, it can create quite an overwhelming situation. Many people become very scared and answer any and all questions the police ask them without thinking about the way that the answers can be used against them later on down the road. If you are being accused of a crime that you did not commit, use the following guide to learn what steps to take to better your chances of beating the charges:
10 October 2017
Divorce mediation can work if you and your spouse are both committed to making it work. Even if your divorce is amicable, you need to be prepared for the mediation sessions. If not, you could inadvertently make arrangements that are not fair to you. To help you get the fairest settlement possible, here are some ways you can prepare for mediation. Meet with Your Attorney One of the misconceptions about mediation is that an attorney is not necessary.
9 October 2017