Why Your Divorce Will Probably Go More Smoothly With The Help Of A Divorce Lawyer

14 April 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

It's not uncommon for divorces to become messy, and there is a chance that there will be issues when you're going through your own divorce, too. However, there are things that you can do to possibly make your divorce go more smoothly. For example, hiring a divorce attorney might actually cause your divorce to go more smoothly for the following reasons and more. Of course, this doesn't mean that your divorce will be easy or stress-free, but it might help you at least a little bit while you're going through such a major change in your family life. Read More 

Top Signs You Should Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer to Sue Your Landlord

16 March 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

Ideally, you should be able to enjoy a pretty decent relationship with your landlord; after all, they provide you with a place to live, and you provide them with rental income, making the situation beneficial for both parties in many cases. Unfortunately, however, there are times when you might have to take matters against your landlord to court. For example, if you have been injured on your landlord's property, you might have a good personal injury case. Read More 

How Hard Can Personal Injury Lawyers Push To Win More Money In Cases?

16 February 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

A common concern that clients in injury cases have is that they won't get enough money as part of a compensation package or court judgment. It's understandable when someone is looking at medical bills, lost wages, future expenses, and potentially lifelong issues why they don't want to settle for less than they can possibly get. The question of what a case is worth, though, is always somewhat in the air. That often creates pressure for personal injury lawyers to push as hard as possible to maximize financial recoveries. Read More 

Top Signs That A Workers Compensation Attorney Should Be Able To Handle Your Case Successfully

15 January 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are dealing with a workers compensation issue after being injured on the job, then you might be thinking about hiring a workers compensation attorney. However, you might not be sure of whether or not it's going to be worth it to do so, or you might be worried that your case is not going to be successful. Of course, this all depends on your specific case, the attorney that you hire, and more. Read More 

When A DUI Is Also A Felony

15 December 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Even though an ordinary driving under the influence (DUI) charge is serious and can carry some severe punishments, things may get worse for some drivers. If any of the below are connected to a DUI case, the charges can go from being a misdemeanor to a felony in an instant. To find out what circumstances could ramp up DUI charges considerably, read on. Physical Harm When a drunk driver manages to hurt a passenger, other drivers, a pedestrian, or even law enforcement, expect a felony DUI. Read More