Moving Out of State With a Child Custody Agreement

  • How To Challenge The Executor Of A Will

    11 February 2015

    If a family member has passed away recently and the family is involved in the probating of the will, it's possible you may have issues with the named executor of the estate. This is not a common occurrence, but it does happen from time to time. It can be a very confusing and difficult process when you have to make the decision to challenge the executor. If you find yourself at this crossroad, your best bet is to hire an estates lawyer and take it from there.

  • Whiplash After A Car Accident: The Cause & How An Attorney Can Help You Sue

    4 February 2015

    Did a car accident leave you with an excessive amount of neck pain? You may be experiencing symptoms of whiplash, and a lawyer can help you sue the other driver to get money for the services of a chiropractor. Find out about whiplash and what a car accident attorney can do to help you get paid for your injury. What Causes Whiplash After Involvement in a Car Accident? The sudden impact from the other vehicle caused your neck to move with more force than it is able to handle, which is why you are experiencing whiplash.

  • Can You Maintain A Living After Workers' Compensation?

    28 January 2015

    Workers' compensation is designed to help you survive after on-the-job injuries. By covering your medical costs and supplementing your pay, you and your business can be as stable as possible as you recover. Unfortunately, an injury that is severe enough to require workers' compensation may be severe enough for lasting, more complex problems as the years go by. As you consider your finances and working ability, consider a few ways to push for a more secure financial life after a workplace injury.

  • Loopholes In Personal Injury Law: Understanding Immunity Exceptions And Waivers

    23 January 2015

    Property owners are responsible for the condition of their property.  Accidents caused by negligence--slippery floors, defective constructions, improper upkeep, etc--create a liability for the owner of the premises; this legal concept is known as premises liability.  However, many people who attempt to file a premises liability claim against a property owner are shocked to learn that the owners have immunity--and that they cannot be sued for personal injury damages.  A few examples of property owners who may, in some cases, claim immunity are:

  • 5 Steps In Civil Litigation As The Plaintiff

    16 January 2015

    Being injured or suffering a financial loss can be devastating to any person. If you are the victim of this situation, you may want to rely on the legal advice of a personal injury attorney. It may be beneficial to you to know the steps of civil litigation before this process actually begins. Step #1: File the complaint As the plaintiff, you are responsible for issuing the lawsuit against the defendant.

  • Why You Should Seek Justice After A Medical Malpractice Death

    8 January 2015

    If you have recently lost someone close to you due to medical malpractice, then you are probably going through a lot while you're trying to make funeral plans and heal from your loss. You may want to avoid a wrongful death suit simply because you're afraid that you'll have to drag yourself through the wringer to get it, but you shouldn't ignore these cases. These are a few reasons why it's so important to seek justice after a medical malpractice death.

  • Asset Distribution After Death: Why Having A Will Is Vital

    5 January 2015

    Creating a will to determine how your assets will legally be distributed upon your death is a great way to prevent conflict between family members. Although it is possible for a will to be contested in probate court, it will likely remain as you want it unless someone can prove that you were incompetent when it was drafted up. Below, learn why a will is vital after death and what the grounds are for someone to contest it: