Questions And Answers About Divorce Mediation

16 December 2015
 Categories: , Blog

Not all divorces are doomed to result in a long, drawn-out court battle. In fact, you may want to avoid the court room. This is because in court, a judge makes a final decision. If you opt for mediation, you and your former spouse will work together to come up with a final plan you both can agree with. The following guide can help answer some of your questions about mediation. Read More 

3 Tips For Documenting Injuries After A Car Accident

1 December 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are the victim of a vehicle accident, there is no reason for you to have to cover all of the expenses related to that accident yourself. This means that if you were hurt in the accident, you should have help from the other party and his or her insurance company to pay for your medical bills, and you should be financially compensated if you have had to miss a lot of work because of the accident. Read More 

Handling A Denied Workers’ Compensation Claim

12 November 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you had become injured while on the job, you may have filed a workers' compensation claim in order to receive monetary compensation to handle your medical expenses and to reimburse your loss of wages. If you had just received a written notification specifying your application has been rejected, you will want to take the necessary steps in going through an appeal process if you believe you should rightfully obtain benefits. Here are some steps to follow after receiving a workers' compensation claim rejection notice. Read More 

Different Ways To Legally End A Marriage

26 October 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

Most people go into their marriages expecting to stay married for a lifetime. However, sometime life gets in the way, and you may find yourself parting ways from your spouse. When you need to end your marriage legally, what options do you have? The process can be emotionally messy, and you might not want to go straight for divorce. Understand your options to make the best decision for your family.  Read More 

3 Tips For Handling An Accident Settlement If Your Injuries Don’t Show Up Right Away

10 October 2015
 Categories: Law, Blog

Were you recently in a car accident that was caused by another party? If so, you may be dealing with some pain, soreness, and stiffness. However, you may not have any apparent serious injuries. Just because you don't have any injuries right away, though, doesn't mean you aren't injured. Soft tissue injuries to muscle, tendons, and ligaments may not be readily apparent. Concussions can sometimes take days to reveal themselves. Whiplash can result in chronic pain that doesn't appear until well into the future. Read More