What To Know If Your Injury Case Involves Criminal Matters Too

28 April 2023
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Many accidents and incidents involving personal injury are litigated solely through lawsuits, some involve criminal matters. The criminal law end of things might range from a police officer giving a ticket for a driving offense at the scene of an accident all the way to someone charged with criminal negligence or even manslaughter. Victims of such an incident rightly wonder what effect this has on their case. To help answer your questions about the intersection of criminal and civil proceedings, here are five key things to know. Read More 

The Personal Representative And Your Loved One’s Estate: What To Know

22 March 2023
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A personal representative (or executor) is appointed and certified by the probate court to oversee certain important estate duties during probate. As a loved one, you must both cooperate and monitor the personal representative as they perform their tasks. For some tips on doing that, read on.  Making the Process Smoother You can do a lot to make sure that the probate process is successful no matter how complex the estate might be. Read More 

A Child Custody Dispute With A Bitter Spouse

14 February 2023
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Did you mention the topic of legally separating to your spouse and they threatened to keep your children away from you? If you are worried because you know you are a good parent but have to travel a lot for work, hire an attorney to gain peace of mind. Just because you have a job that requires traveling does not mean that your spouse has the right to keep your children away from you. Read More 

3 Things a Workers Comp Attorney Will Do to Get Your Outstanding Medical Bills Paid

9 January 2023
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When you are injured at work, you'll need medical care. The last thing you want to worry about is how to pay for your treatment costs. Unfortunately, your unpaid bills can quickly pile up if your workers compensation claim isn't approved immediately. This can put an incredible amount of stress on an already difficult situation and even result in medical debt. The good news is that a qualified workers' compensation attorney can help get your outstanding medical bills paid. Read More