Things You Should Do If Facing A DUI Charge

30 August 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you ever get pulled over while you are out driving and know that you could end up in jail for a DUI, it is important to handle the situation properly, as this will help you get through your DUI case faster. As you face this type of criminal charge, here are four of the most important things you should do. Cooperate with the police During the incident when the police pull you over, one of the most important things you can do is to cooperate with the police. Read More 

What A Summary Judgment Means In A Disability Discrimination Case

24 July 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

When moving ahead with the later phases of a case, a disability discrimination attorney may end up needing to discuss the idea of "summary judgment" with you. This is something that only occurs when a matter has gone far enough that it is not in front of a judge and there's a real risk of a trial. Summary judgment is fundamentally a bench trial where the judge rules on the legal claims that are being made by both parties. Read More 

Why You Need A Social Security Lawyer

28 June 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Social security disability insurance is very helpful to those who are qualified to receive it, especially if there is no other source of income to rely on. The process of getting approved for such benefits can be long and complicated, and it sometimes even ends in getting denied for various reasons. You must understand that certain medical conditions must be proven to be present before benefits will be approved by the Social Security Administration (SSA), along with a few other things that are asked on the application. Read More 

Common Questions About Attending Small Claims Court

27 May 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If someone owes you only a few hundred or a few thousand dollars, going through the process of filing a formal lawsuit and suing them may not be worth it. But you can still take them to small claims court -- a scaled-down version of court where a judge will briefly listen to both sides of the story and make a ruling. As simple as the small claims court process is meant to be, however, most people have a few questions about it. Read More 

Your Attorney Can Help You With Getting A Restraining Order

16 April 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Many divorces are relatively amicable and the two adults involved are able to work together well enough to come up with solutions that suit both of them and are able to co-parent together, if necessary. However, there are some divorces that are much more contentious, especially if there have already been instances of domestic violence in any form. If you are filing for divorce because you have been the victim of DV, one of the things that you can do is to ask your family attorney to help you file for a restraining order. Read More