Three Reasons To Hire A Car Accident Attorney Who Will Visit You In The Hospital

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Not every car accident involves being treated at the scene for your injuries by first responders and then returning home to recuperate. In accidents that are more serious, you may spend days or even weeks receiving care in the hospital. While your top priority during a hospital stay should be your recovery, you might also start to think about hiring an attorney to begin to build a legal case against the other driver.

28 November 2018

What to Expect When Dealing with a Car Accident Claim

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Seeking compensation following an incident involving an automobile can be a very long and complicated process, especially if you're dealing with injuries. It's a good idea to schedule a consultation with a car accident lawyer in order to learn about your options. If you are curious about what that the legal process will be like, read on.  Evaluating What Happened The first thing an attorney will want to do is get an idea of how things unfolded.

17 October 2018

Things To Know About Judgment Collection After An Injury Lawsuit Win

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After you have won a personal injury lawsuit, you still have the task of collecting your judgment from the defendant. This should be a painless process, and in many cases it is, but it can also be another difficult task depending on the defendant you are dealing with. Here are some of the things you should know about collecting your judgment: An Appeal May Delay Your Collection Personal injury judgments can be appealed just like criminal cases.

7 September 2018

Three Things To Know About Infidelity And Divorce

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One of the common reasons that couples divorce is infidelity. When one person is unfaithful to his or her partner, that partner may decide that he or she doesn't wish to continue the marriage, and thus seeks a divorce. If you were the person who committed infidelity, you should know that your actions won't be a secret. When your spouse hires a divorce attorney and moves forward with filing for divorce, the reason for his or her decision will come out — and it will also be out in the open should both of you end up in court in a contentious divorce in which you argue over your assets and custody of your children.

3 August 2018

Child Custody And Relocation: Examples Of Good Faith Reason For Moving

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Just because you have physical custody of a child it doesn't mean that you can relocate with them anytime you want; the other parent also has a say in the matter. In fact, you may be forced to go to court to get permission to move if the other parent doesn't concur with your plans. If that happens, the court may only grant your wish if you have a good faith reason for moving.

2 July 2018

Answer These Questions While Preparing for Asset Division Negotiations

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For many divorcing couples, asset division is one of the most controversial stages of the process. Just like other challenging tasks, the more you prepare for asset division negotiation, the more you are likely to ace it. Start your preparation by answering these questions. Which Assets Did Each of You Bring to the Marriage? In most jurisdictions, assets earned before the marriage are counted as separate properties, which means they aren't subject to asset division rules.

29 May 2018

Political And Judicial Crimes And Criminal Lawyers: What The People Should Know

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There is a lot of talk about the POTUS and what he has done in his past. Some people think he should be removed from office, other people think he should be impeached, and still others think that these matters are not legal matters. Despite your personal views on the President, you should know a little more about what constitutes a true crime for political and judicial figures, and why so many supposed crimes are never pursued.

3 May 2018