Hiring a Family Law Attorney When Adopting a Child

  • How You Can Establish Innocence In A Mail Fraud Case

    25 November 2015

    Mail fraud is a serious crime that can cause perpetrators to spend as many as 20 years in prison. The severity of the punishment you face will be based on how much money you have stolen or the damages that you have caused the victim. However, it may be that you actually did not commit mail fraud and that the broad nature of this criminal statute has lead you to be unfairly charged with this crime.

  • Two Methods For Calculating Pain And Suffering From An Auto Accident

    6 November 2015

    If you were injured in a car crash, the law lets you collect compensation for the pain and suffering you may have experienced as a result. However, calculating a fair settlement can be challenging because it generally depends on an objective analysis of subjective elements such as the level of pain a person may be feeling. Luckily, there are two ways you can calculate pain and suffering to ensure that you ask for and receive a settlement amount commensurate with your discomfort.

  • 3 Things You Aren't Doing to Help Your Family Avoid Probate Court

    21 October 2015

    If you have been doing some estate planning, you may think you're completing all the right documents. However, you may be omitting some important things that could help your family avoid probate court when you pass on. Here are some things you might not be doing. Including All Assets in Planning You may be including bank accounts and life insurance policies in your estate planning, but it is not uncommon to forget stocks you purchased years ago or assume that everyone knows you want your jewelry to go to your daughter.

  • Automobile Accident Facts Every Parent Should Teach Their Newly Licensed Driver

    9 October 2015

    There are many milestones in the life of your child that can bring about a bit of nervous apprehension, but when they get their driver's license and set out behind the wheel on their own for those first few times, it can leave you a nervous wreck. Even though your teen is likely super excited, they may not realize all of the dangers on the roadway that are making you so nervous.

  • Increasing Your Chance At A Disability Claim Acceptance

    18 September 2015

    Many people who become injured while on the job will file for social security disability benefits so they continue having a source of income to be able to live on. If you had become injured on the job, you will want to take the necessary steps in protecting yourself against social security denial. It is estimated that up to 70 percent of the applications received will be denied. Here are some tips to use to give you a favorable chance at being accepted to receive benefits.

  • Are You Sure Your Injury Is Work-Related?

    27 August 2015

    When you get injured on the job, you should be covered by your company's workers' compensation policy. Before they provide this benefit, they need to ensure your injuries were actually caused by a work-related task. It doesn't necessarily need to occur while on the business's property, but it must still be work-related. Here are some ways to determine if it was work-related or not. Did the injury occur off company property?

  • Pros & Cons of Workers' Compensation Settlements

    11 August 2015

    Workers compensation laws vary by state, and the laws are very complicated, so it's often best to hire a workers comp lawyer. The lawyer can help you figure out just what type of compensation you're due and how to go about getting a fair amount. Some people prefer to get a lump sum settlement instead of weekly or monthly payments, but this may not be best for everyone. As you are looking for a lawyer, consider the pros and cons of getting workers comp.