Suing An Irresponsible Landlord: What Can You Do When Their Negligence Causes You Harm?

19 June 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Unfortunately, slumlords operate in nearly every town and city in America, and if you happen to rent an apartment from one, life can become miserable. Beyond the leaking faucet that never gets fixed and the ugly, peeling wallpaper, your landlord is directly responsible for your safety in a number of ways. Conditions Of The Property If the place is literally falling down around you and these conditions cause you injury or suffering, you may very well be able to take your landlord to court. Read More 

What Can You Do If a Car Dealer Sells You a Lemon?

19 May 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being in the financial position to buy a car after your only other one breaks down can prevent a substantial amount of stress. However, you can land in a stressful situation if the replacement vehicle turns out to be in an unstable condition. Sometimes dealers sell customers vehicles that are knowingly in bad shape, but they choose not to disclose the problems in an attempt to make a sale. There are laws in place that protect consumers from having to suffer a financial loss after going through such a situation with a dealer. Read More 

Bad Tires? Big Problem! Here’s How Bald Tires Can Lead To An Accident

15 April 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Have you checked the tread on your tires lately? If you haven't, you should. Worn-out tires are an accident waiting to happen. Here's what you should know. How dangerous are bad tires? According to a study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, insufficient tire tread is behind more than26% of motor vehicle crashes. An insufficient tread is defined as having a depth of less than 1/16th of an inch. However, most people don't seem to be aware of just how serious the dangers really are -- probably because they don't realize how treads actually work. Read More 

Tattoos And Piercings In The Workplace: What Rights Do All Parties Have?

17 March 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

While tattoos and piercings are acceptable in the mainstream, employers have the explicit right to set a dress code that prohibits visual tattoos and piercings in the workplace. This does not necessarily mean that those who are pierced or tattooed will not be hired, but they may be required to cover tattoos and remove piercings during the workday. What Rights to Employers Have? Employers have the right to set a dress code any way they see fit. Read More 

3 Tips For Any Medical Malpractice Case

14 February 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

As a doctor of any medical professional, you know that maintaining medical malpractice insurance and remaining abreast of these issues is a huge part of the job. There's always risk associated with medical procedures so you need to do everything that you can to right a situation and protect yourself as a professional. With this in mind, take heed to the following steps so that you are able to get what you need from your medical malpractice case. Read More