When You’re Injured At Your Job, What Do You Do?

10 July 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Going to work each day may have been uneventful until you were injured in the middle of your day. As you recover, a multitude of decisions must be made. Will you file a claim? Will you sue the company? Will you seek out a different job? Can you work again? Being overwhelmed is not uncommon, but if you're able to pay attention to these tips first, you may find that your path forward is clearer: Read More 

Is Your Inherited Property Safe During A Divorce?

10 July 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

The division of assets between spouses is part and parcel with the divorce process. If you have property you've inherited from a deceased relative, then chances are you're wondering if those assets will be treated the same as your other property. Read on to find out how the courts will likely handle your inherited property during a divorce. Inherited Property is Usually Separate Whether your state operates under community property laws or equitable distribution, the rules regarding inherited property are usually the same: Read More 

4 Potential Reasons Why You May Need To File For Bankruptcy

6 July 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Many people don't like the idea of filing bankruptcy. However, even though it can be a big step to take and even though it's definitely something that you will want to look into before taking the plunge, it can be a wise decision for many. You should also know that people file bankruptcy on a regular basis for many different reasons. These are four of the common reasons why people file bankruptcy and some of the potential reasons why you may need to think about working with a bankruptcy lawyer yourself: Read More 

Should You Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer?

27 June 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you recently found yourself injured from an accident and you were not the person at fault, you might want to think about talking to a personal injury lawyer. Should you find that you are having a little trouble deciding if you should take legal action, you will want to keep reading. This way, you will not accidentally take too much time to decide on taking legal action, as many states have time limits for filing lawsuits. Read More 

3 Things You Will Need To Do In Order To Prove Personal Injury From Invasion Of Privacy

23 June 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Sometimes, a personal injury is obvious, such as when you are injured as a result of an automobile accident or if you slip and fall in a public place. However, what happens when you suffer emotional injury that is not always so apparent? Most people do not know that even injuries of an emotional nature can sometimes warrant a personal injury claim. While there are a few different types of emotional injury, such as basic emotional distress and pain and suffering, there is one that is more questioned than most; invasion of privacy. Read More