2021

When You Should Hire An Attorney for a Personal Injury Claim

Accidents can occur to anyone at any time. Some collisions are simple automobile accidents that result in minor injuries. However, many accidents lead to physical injuries, which result in medical expenses, missed pay, suffering, and hardship. After an accident, a skilled personal injury lawyer can reassure and assist you in making a full physical and financial recovery. Here are a few reasons to seek a personal injury lawyer: When There Are Multiple Parties Involved in an Accident Read More 

What Will A DWI Case Prosecutor Have To Prove?

When you face a DWI charge, it is normal to be in a state of confusion. The evidence can be seriously difficult to understand, and it can also be a struggle for you to know what you need to do in court to prove you are not guilty. These are some of the types of evidence you can expect to see in DWI court and what a lawyer can do to help you. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Bankruptcy Law

If you find yourself in a lot of debt with no realistic way of getting out of it anytime soon, filing for bankruptcy is likely going to be your best option. There are multiple kinds of bankruptcy, including Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 filings. Bankruptcy is not a simple process. You will need to do some research before you jump in and file. Here are three things that you need to know about bankruptcy law before you start the filing process. Read More 

Who Is Liable in a Lane Splitting Accident?

When a motorcycle splits lanes, it can increase the risk of an accident for both the motorcycle and other cars. Does this mean that the motorcycle is always liable for an accident where they were splitting lanes? It depends on what happened and where you are. Read on to learn more.  What Is Lane Splitting? Lane splitting is when a motorcycle drives between lanes. The most common example is when cars are stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic and motorcycles drive along the lane divider lines between the cars to pass ahead of the traffic. Read More 

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