3 Benefits Of Working With A Personal Injury Attorney

Dealing with an injury of any type can be devastating. You may find this situation can be extremely depressing and may cause you a great deal of emotional and physical stress. However, it's possible to work towards receiving compensation for your losses, but this may only be done with the assistance of an attorney. Being aware of some of the advantages of working with a professional of this type may be the motivation you need to hire the right one. Read More 

When Insurance Compensation Is Not Enough

The insurance industry thrives on the possibility of accidents, but not necessarily the accident itself. In other words, it is not in the best interests of an insurance company to pay a victim a fair settlement, and in many cases great efforts are exerted by that insurance company to keep settlements as low as possible. That being said, in many cases you can expect to be compensated in a fair and complete manner for many minor injuries. Read More 

Resolving Disputes Over Child Vaccines After A Divorce

One of the most difficult parts about sharing custody is figuring out how to co-parent. Decisions about parenting may even be one of the reasons why your relationship ended up on the rocks in the first place. One issue you may grapple with is whether or not you should vaccinate your kids. Why Vaccines?  Vaccines have been a controversial topic ever since a now discredited study was released on vaccines linking them to autism. Read More 

Types Of Assault And How They Are Classified For The Purpose Of Legal Punishment

Assault is typically defined as any type of pain or injury inflicted on another that is unwanted and unwarranted. However, you may be surprised to learn that there are different types of assault. They are classified differently so that the legal system can effectively punish offenders based on the type of assault. If you have been charged with some type of assault, you will need the help of an assault lawyer. Read More 

3 Signs That Your Divorce Might Not Be Easy

Couples -- even married ones -- split up all the time. In some cases, divorces go rather smoothly; a couple might decide that they no longer want to be together for one reason or another, then they work with attorneys or a mediator to peacefully split. In many other situations, however, divorces can be knock-down, drag-out battles that don't go easily for anyone who is involved. These are a few signs that your divorce might not be easy. Read More