Hiring a Family Law Attorney When Adopting a Child

  • How To File A Social Security Disability Claim

    10 June 2015

    When people think about social security benefits, they usually think about the assisted income offered to elderly citizens. However, there are other social security claims that can help people of any age. One such program is the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). This government assistance may be rewarded to certain individuals who are disabled, regardless of their age. Here's how to determine whether or not you qualify for this service and how you can file a claim.

  • Which Pictures Should You Take After A Car Accident?

    27 May 2015

    One of the most common pieces of advice given to motorists involved in car accidents to take pictures, but which pictures should you take? Should you photograph the bystanders, your car or the road? Here are a few examples of the major points of interest that you should capture, and why this is necessary: Automobiles Involved In the Accident Take pictures of all the automobiles involved in the crash. Include all modes of transportation involved in the accident such as motorcycles and bicycles.

  • Three Factors That Determine Your Compensation In A Medical Malpractice Suit

    11 May 2015

    If you've been misdiagnosed, you may wonder if it's worth filing a suit against the medical professional responsible. Below are three things a malpractice suit looks at, and how working with a medical malpractice lawyer can help ensure you get the compensation you deserve. Pain and Suffering Pain and suffering is a very real (and very unfortunate) experience for many individuals who have been misdiagnosed by a medical professional. Misdiagnosis can lead to unnecessary anxiety (in cases where a minor illness was misdiagnosed as a major one) or unnecessary suffering (in cases where a major illness was misdiagnosed as a minor one, or ignored altogether).

  • 4 Things You Didn't Know About Court Reporting

    21 April 2015

    Court reporting is a field where those who enjoy transcription can thrive. Here are five facts you probably didn't know about the field.  They're Involved In Court Cases Most people think of court reporters as someone who is sitting on the side while taking notes. That's not entirely true. Court reporters have several duties in and outside of court, and they are responsible for clearing up unclear testimony.  For instance, if a speaker won't speak up, the court reporter has the ability to request the speaker to repeat and clarify that information.

  • Contesting An Unfair Felony Assault Charge: How A Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help

    10 April 2015

    Did you cause a serious injury to another person and are now facing a felony charge? If you are not guilty because you were defending yourself, it is vital for you to hire a lawyer like Thomas A Corletta to sort through your case. In this article, find out how a lawyer can help you prove that you are not a criminal and don't deserve a felony assault charge. How Can a Lawyer Help with an Unfair Felony Assault Charge?

  • How To Know Whether You Should Hire A Medical Malpractice Lawyer

    31 March 2015

    If you are a little confused over whether you should hire a lawyer for your medical problems that you believe are caused by a trusted professional, you will want to read further. By learning the signs that indicate the need for professional legal help, you will be able to make the best decision for your needs. The Mistake Was Not Superficial There are a lot of mistakes that are made in the medical field that are never brought up in court.

  • Fighting For Custody Of Your Grandchildren? Use These Tips To Build A Winnable Case!

    23 March 2015

    No parent wants to face off with their child in a court of law to battle for custody of the grandchildren, but scenarios where grandchildren live with and are supported by their grandparents have become commonplace in the last few decades. In fact, according to statistics compiled by the United States Census Bureau, the number of children living in their grandparent's home rose by 76 percent in the counting period between 1970 and 1997.