Gabriella Fleming

See How You Can Legally Stop A Telemarketer From Harassing You With Unsolicited Calls And Texts

Telemarketers play an essential role in helping their companies increase sales. However, the pressure of meeting the set targets makes some of them engage in unlawful behavior. For example, they nag clients with phone calls and text messages even after being informed that an individual isn't interested in their products. While some customers may put up with this vice, believing that they don't have any legal rights to stop the harassment, others may not. Read More 

4 Steps To Take After A Dog Bite

Though dogs are considered man's best friends, many dogs can cause bites and other injuries through unexpected, aggressive behavior. Whether the dog is not well trained, is sick or ill, or reacted defensively to you or a loved one, a dog bite should always be addressed both for the person bitten and the owner of the dog.  After a dog bite, it can be difficult to know what to do next. Read More 

Advantages of Hiring Insurance Litigation Attorneys

Insurance companies always conduct insurance claim assessments before making payments, meaning one can receive reduced compensation or no compensation. If you find the company's conclusion unfair, it is advisable to consider your options before accepting their findings. An insurance litigation attorney will assess your situation and advise you accordingly. If the condition worsens and leads to a lawsuit, these lawyers will represent your claim. Here are the various benefits of insurance litigation attorneys: Read More 

The Four Parts Of The Probate Process

Are you about to go through probate after a loved one passed away? If so, you'll want to know the following four parts of the probate process. Petition and Notices The probate process will begin once a petition is filed with the local court system in the county where the person lived. The court will then set a date for the initial probate hearing, and all people that would have an interest in the estate should be notified. Read More 

Getting Divorced? Don’t Make The Following Mistakes

Will you be going through a divorce soon, and not sure what to expect? If so, it will help to know what mistakes you should avoid making along the way that can be bad for your divorce.  Mistake 1: Delaying When Hiring A Lawyer One of the first things you should be doing is hiring a lawyer, and it's important that you act quickly. Be aware that any lawyer that meets with your spouse for a consultation is not going to be allowed to meet with you afterward. Read More