Your Personal Injury Case: Don’t Make These Five Mistakes

30 November 2015
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Being involved in a car wreck can mean that your life is temporarily in a state of upheaval, leaving you stressed out and possibly injured as well. You may find yourself dealing with a wrecked vehicle and financial issues because of the accident, all of which can really take a toll on you. You are in a perilous state, and it would be easy to overlook the issues below. Read on to learn more about how to avoid making mistakes after you have been in an accident that was not your fault. Read More 

School Bus Accidents: 3 Questions That Must Be Asked And Answered

23 November 2015
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If your child was recently on a bus that was in an accident and suffered injuries as a result of the crash, you need to consider whether or not you have any legal recourse to take. The same is true if you're involved in an accident with a school bus as the driver of a separate vehicle. Before you decide to file a legal claim, here are three questions that will need to be answered: Read More 

Making It Easier For Your Children To Move Forward After A Divorce

24 August 2015
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As difficult as it is to go through a divorce, no one has a harder time adapting than your kids. Going from a home with two parents to just one is hard enough without wondering whether or not both their parents still love them. To help them make it through the transition more easily there are both legal and personal things you can do to reduce the emotional strain. Separate Custody Hearing Read More 

Four Financial Wins With Legal Separation Agreements

14 July 2015
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If you are contemplating divorce, the financial aspects of separating households can present a major stumbling block. The division of debts and assets can be acrimonious and complicated. You may want to slow things down a little and give yourself more time to prepare for the financial impact that divorce could bring. Read on to find how having a legal separation agreement in place as soon as possible could make great financial sense for you. Read More 

3 Ways A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help With A Dog Bite Case

9 July 2015
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If your dog has bitten someone, few things are more important than hiring a personal injury attorney to protect yourself and your pet. By failing to hire an attorney, you risk paying large sums of money to the injured party or having to put your dog down. Thankfully, a personal injury attorney can help you defend yourself and your dog by proving that the person who was bitten was provoking your dog, committing a crime, or being careless. Read More