Three Misunderstandings About Workers’ Compensation

If you are injured and cannot work, you may be thinking about filing a claim for workers' compensation. However, you may have a certain misunderstanding about what it is and is not. Some of these misunderstandings may lead to hesitation in filing a claim because you don't think you qualify for these benefits. The following are a few common misunderstandings workers have about workers' comp. You think you don't qualify because you were not working Read More 

Situations In Which You May Need Help From Legal Aid

If you're short in disposable income but require the services of an attorney, you may struggle with how to proceed. Fortunately, you may have some success in contacting a law firm that provides free legal aid for those who qualify. There are likely a handful of legal organizations in your city that can help you in this manner, which may be the difference between having an attorney work for you and not having anyone to advocate on your behalf. Read More 

What A Driver With A DUI And A Surgeon OWI Have In Common

Drivers who drive drunk or drive under the influence of drugs are a danger to everyone around them. If pulled over, they are arrested, charged, and held accountable, even if they manage to get a lawyer to defend them and reduce the sentence/punishment. A surgeon under the same circumstances should also be held accountable. In fact, there are just as many, if not more, legal ramifications for the surgeon as there are for the driver when both are OWI/DUI in their respective positions and places. Read More 

Deposed To Divorce

When a couple parts ways, things can either be smooth and easy or difficult. Unfortunately, divorces can get ugly when issues about child custody, property, and debt are in contention. When a divorce is headed for court, the attorneys must prepare for the process and that might mean a deposition. Read on to learn more about how to deal with your divorce deposition in a family law setting. An Important Meeting Read More 

Why Get A Divorce Lawyer Involved With Your Divorce Separation Agreement

If you think you're ending your marriage with your spouse on fairly good terms, you may think that you don't need help dividing assets and debts between the two of you. However, creating the divorce separation agreement is can become much more complicated than you think. That's why it's a good idea to have a lawyer involved from the beginning for the following reasons. They'll Help You Understand The Agreement Read More