What Does Curing A Title Mean?

6 November 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

While in the process of conducting a title search for a property, it's not uncommon for someone to come across potentially negative issues. Problems can range from the relatively mundane, such as typos, to serious questions, such as who has the title to the location. American law recognizes that these issues happen. The system also prescribes a solution, and that process is called curing the title. Take a look at why you might need to cure a title and what the process is likely to entail. Read More 

Was Your Car Crashed After A Theft? 4 Steps To Take To Avoid Legal Trouble

12 October 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you're involved in a car accident, you know what steps to take. But, if your car is involved in a car accident after being stolen, you might not be as sure about the steps as you should be. That's because no one expects to find out that their car has been involved in a car accident while being driven by a thief. If you're in the position of dealing with a theft-related car accident, there are certain steps you'll need to take right away. Read More 

What Makes A Death Wrongful In Terms Of Civil Law?

10 September 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

American law creates something of a partition between the criminal and civil legal notions that a death is wrongful. In a criminal case, the defendant is at risk of losing their liberty or even being executed. The civil case is a different matter, with a focus on the defendant paying compensation to make things as close to right as possible under such awful circumstances. If you're thinking about pursuing a civil case, it's a good idea to talk with someone from a wrongful death law firm. Read More 

Don’t Put Your Social Security Benefits In Jeopardy

7 August 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

For those who cannot work at their jobs due to a medical issue, the Social Security Administration (SSA) provides benefits—if you qualify. These benefits are not easy to get and many applicants have to wait a long time for an approval or a denial. Unfortunately, the multi-page application can mean that mistakes are made and problems can occur. Read on and be alert so that you don't make a mistake that could put your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim in jeopardy. Read More 

Reckless Driving Can Remain On Your Record

13 July 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Reckless driving is considered a significant moving violation. If you are engaged in reckless driving and you are cited, you may find that yourself struggling to find work afterward. Some employees are not hired for specific positions if they have been charged with reckless driving within the last two years. If you don't want a reckless driving charge on your record, speak to a traffic violation attorney as soon as you're facing one of these charges. Read More