When Do You Need An Attorney For A Car Accident?
26 November 2019
Most people may assume you do not need an attorney to deal with the aftermath of a car accident. Typically, the injured party would file on the insurance policy of the party at fault. However, there are some circumstances in which a car accident attorney is useful or even necessary. Here are some examples:
When You Are in a No-Fault State
Some states are no-fault when it comes to insurance. This essentially means the insurance of each party will pay their own bills for any damage and injuries.
What To Do After A Biking Accident
5 November 2019
A biking accident is scary and dangerous. If you are a victim of a bike accident, you may not know how to react. More than likely you will have feelings of disorientation and not know what steps you should take. Here are some things you should remember if you ever get into a bike accident.
Get Medical Treatment
The first thing you must do is get medical treatment right away. Hopefully, at this point, someone has called law enforcement and medical personnel are on the way.
Duty Of Care And Foreseeability: 2 Legal Concepts That Inform Slip And Fall Cases
7 October 2019
A slip-and-fall lawsuit is essentially a type of premises liability case. If you have been injured on someone else's property and you want to pursue legal action to gain access to financial compensation, the burden of proving the property owner's liability will fall on you.
Duty of care and foreseeability are two legal concepts that you and your attorney can use to help establish liability and improve the likelihood of your slip-and-fall case ending favorably.
How A Business Is Divided In A Divorce
2 September 2019
When a couple owns a business together and decides to divorce, things can get tricky. In most cases, the most challenging part of this is trying to determine how to divide the business between the two spouses. If this is a situation you are currently in, here are several things you should know about how to divide your business in your divorce.
Find out if you both have equal rights to it