Injured By A Third Party At Work: What You Need To Know

13 December 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Getting hurt on the job comes with a host of issues. However, covering your medical and living expenses while you are out of work is not typically one of them if you are approved for worker's compensation benefits. If someone else outside of your job caused you to get injured, you will want to consider a personal injury lawsuit. in most states, your employer has a right to get its money back from injuries caused by third parties, even if you incurred that injury on the clock. Read More 

Benefits Of Retaining A Construction Law Attorney For Your Project

15 November 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Any type of construction project will involve meeting an assortment of legal requirements. Failing to meet these requirements can result in you being responsible for the potential liabilities that could result. To this end, you may want to retain the services of a construction law attorney that is experienced with the requirements of your local jurisdiction: Review The Local Zoning Requirements Before undertaking any construction project, it is wise for you to consult with the local zoning requirements before the project gets started. Read More 

What Should You Consider When Selecting An Expert Witness In A Malpractice Trial?

20 October 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you've filed a complaint of medical malpractice against the hospital, doctor, or nurse whose negligence led to an ongoing physical injury, you may be wondering what you'll need to do to ensure your claim makes it to a jury. Often, the success of your claim can depend on a factor as seemingly minor and subjective as the degree of credibility of your expert witness. Without a trustworthy, knowledgeable doctor or medical professional to testify that the defendant breached the standard of care and caused your injury, you may not have enough to convince a jury of the defendant's guilt. Read More 

Three Types Of Urges To Avoid During Divorce

28 February 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Divorce is an emotional rollercoaster, and it can make you do things you wouldn't normally do. However, you should do your best to avoid these urges since some of them can sabotage your divorce process. Here are three examples of such disastrous urges that you should avoid: Wasting Resources Some people give in to the temptation to waste their partner's or marital assets. For example, you may decide to dip into your joint account and go on a weekend trip to Europe or buy expensive jewelry for yourself. Read More 

Going Out Of Business? What You Need To Know

15 February 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are planning to end your business, whether it is out of choice or due to financial hardship, there are several loose ends you will need to clear up before you can officially close up shop. The following are some of the things you should not forget about when you close your business: Contact Your Suppliers As soon as you know you will be going out of business, be sure to contact your suppliers as soon as possible. Read More