31 Aug

The Importance Of The Personal Injury Case

From the car accident attorney to the slip and fall attorney, there are many causes of personal injury cases here in the United States. In fact, personal injury cases are so commonplace that only about four percent of them are ever actually seen in a courtroom setting and before a judge and jury. The rest, the remaining ninety six percent or so, are able to be settled outside of such spaces with the help of a car accident attorney and the like. If you have sustained such an injury, consulting with a car accident attorney could lead you to receiving quite a bit of settlement money, an amount that could help you to pay off any medical bills that you might have as well as help you to compensate for any time that you have needed to take off of work.

And the role of a car accident attorney is a much needed one, as car and other such motor vehicle accidents make up more than fifty percent of all personal injury cases that are filed here in the United States, followed distantly by cases Read More

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12 Aug

Four Areas Where You Need a Commercial Real Estate Law Expert

If you are in commercial real estate, you probably are learning first-hand how important it is to have an expert in commercial real estate law on hand to advise you at every step along the way. Hiring a lawyer before acquiring commercial real estate, building on a piece of property, or acquiring tenants is a great way to protect your investment. Here is some information on four important aspects of commercial real estate law that you need to be familiar with.

  • You need to understand disclosure laws. One important aspect of commercial real estate laws are the disclosure laws that explain how much about the condition, restrictions, and locations of any property must be disclosed to renters. These laws will vary by state and municipality. Examples of things that must be declared to tenants include aspects of a property’s energy usage statistics, anything the owner may know about the presence of lead paint or o Read More
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09 Aug

3 Factors Affecting the Length of Your Claim

Motor vehicle accidents are often extremely scary moments for drivers. Unfortunately, truck accidents or those involving big rigs create an even more terrifying scene. Statistics gathered from 2015 found that 32,166 fatal motor vehicle accidents took place in the United States during that year. If you’ve survived a trucking accident, consider yourself extremely lucky. That being said, it makes sense wanting to avoid dealing with a lengthy case after this type of accident occurs. After all, you don’t want to spend years of your life in and out of courtrooms. In this post, you’ll learn three factors affecting the length of your truck accident case.

  • Be Prepared for a Liability Investigation

    Being involved in truck accidents typically involves the big rig driver’s employer. Therefore, this company will likely want to begin a liability investigation Read More
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07 Aug

A Guide to Hiring an Uncontested Divorce Lawyer

Right now, divorces are absurdly common amongst American families and couples. This is sad to say and what makes it worse is that there is an entire legion of divorce lawyers working hard on divorces. Yes, there are some people that work to make money off of a divorce, which is rather depressing. However, in some cases, these lawyers are doing good, especially if they are an uncontested divorce lawyer.

Women file for the majority of divorces. This equates to just about two-thirds. More often than not, these poor women are in a relationship that surely sours over time. This means that they are in a relationship in which neither party is happy and therefore, they want out. In some cases, this is best for all parties involved especially the women being mistreated and cheated on.

On average, there is a zero to six month waiting period after the initial divorce petiti Read More

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02 Aug

3 Ways to Put Your Children First During Divorce

When a marriage doesn’t work out and a couple decides it’s time to separate legally, the most complicated and personal part of it all is how the children are affected. Every year more than one million children are involved in divorce proceedings and thereby greatly impacted by legal separation law. Naturally, both parties want a fair settlement for how often they see the children, but at times that settlement can get messy. When working out these complicated details, the most important thing to remember is that the best interest of the children must come first.

  1. Settle Custody Disputes Quickly: When possible, you and your ex-spouse should have an agreement regarding custody before you go to trial. This will make it clear to any children involved that you both are on the same page. It will also allow your children to reconstruct their idea of normalcy around what their new living situation will be. For the custody to be formally agreed upon, many parents attend Read More
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