3 Ways A Low-Income Legal Service Can Help You Through A Divorce

27 December 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Throughout your life, there are all kinds of situations when you may find a need for legal representation. But divorce is easily one of the most common reasons the average person needs some kind of legal help. Just like any other professional service, legal help costs money, and this can pose an issue if you have little money and are going through a divorce. Here is a closer look at what low-income legal services may be able to help you out with when you are going through a divorce. Read More 

4 Reasons To Hire A Special Education Attorney

25 November 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you have a child who requires special education services, you may find yourself in a situation that causes you to doubt your child's particular needs are being met. If these needs are guaranteed at the state or federal level, then you have reason to contact an experienced attorney who is knowledgeable about special education law. Many people might hesitate because of the cost involved, but any parent knows that getting your child what they deserve is invaluable. Read More 

2 Things You Need To Know About Custody Arrangements

29 October 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you have children and are going through a divorce you are probably thinking of custody arrangements. Custody plays a very important role in a divorce and can be the major stressor for both parents. Thus, it is important to educate yourself on what is normal for custody arrangements and what you should expect. 1. You Will Probably Have Joint Custody There are few situations where the parents do not have joint custody of the children. Read More 

Worker’s Compensation: Can You Get A Claim For Injuries Sustained On Your Commute?

2 October 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you go to work and get into an accident, you may wonder if you are eligible for a worker's compensation claim. In general, most states have a coming and going rule. This rule states that anyone commuting to work while not on the clock will not be covered by worker's compensation benefits. However, there can be some exceptions to the coming and going rule that you should be aware of. Read More 

Who Pays If You’re In A Car Accident At Work?

18 September 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

In most situations, when you cause a car accident, you're considered to be at fault and liable for damages. But what happens if you're in an accident while working your job? The rules can get a little complicated, but often, you won't be the person held solely responsible. Here are some common questions answered to let you know who pays when you're in a car accident at work. What is respondeat superior? Read More