What Makes Your Employment Not At-Will?

At-will employment allows you and your boss to terminate your employment at your current workplace without notice and for no reason -- within reason. However, this policy is often misunderstood, and one state, Montana, disallows at-will employment, creating confusion for people from other states applying there for work. Working in an at-will environment can change if you have a contract. It also does not allow bosses to fire you for illegal reasons, which means that if you suspect that your sudden firing was actually retaliation, or that it was done because of a personal characteristic such as gender or race, you may have a legal complaint and a court case on your hands. Read More 

3 Ways Your Auto Accident Attorney Can Make Your Life Easier

If you have been involved in a car accident but don't know if you should hire an auto accident attorney, you may want to reconsider since an auto accident attorney can make your life easier. Once you consider the following three major ways that a good auto accident attorney can help you out, there is a good chance that you will not want to deal with the aftermath of your car accident on your own. Read More 

Contingent On Personal Injury Success

You've probably heard the advertisements for lawyers who promise that they won't get paid until you do. Though it might sound a bit misleading, this way of paying your legal fees is the least-stressful way to pay for professional legal help. Read on to find out more about contingency fee arrangements with your personal injury lawyer. No Fees Unless You Win With this type of payment arrangement, legal fee payment is contingent on a successful case. Read More 

Can You Sue For Future Medical Bills?

If you have been involved in a personal injury, you are not alone. So many people have been in your shoes, and many people worry that they don't have legal recourse for future medical bills. While you may be able to address medical bills you've already incurred, what can you do in the future? This is what you need to know about future medical bills. What Kinds of Cases Involve Future Medical Bills? Read More 

How Much Will A Traffic Ticket Really Cost You, And What Can You Do?

If you receive a traffic ticket, it usually says the fine right on the ticket. Unfortunately, that's probably not going to be the only cost. Here's what your other costs will be and what you can do about them. Traffic Fine The traffic fine listed on the ticket is the obvious cost, but it may not be the final cost that you pay. It's what you pay if you plead guilty and mail in the ticket with a payment, but it may not be what you pay if you go to court. Read More