Who Do You Need To Name In Your Pedestrian Accident Lawsuit?

23 January 2023
 Categories: Law, Blog

You may be surprised and saddened to know that 2021 had the highest pedestrian deaths in more than forty years. There were 7,485 people struck and killed. If you have been a pedestrian accident victim, you may wonder who is responsible for your injuries. While some people are an obvious choice, there may be others you need to name in your lawsuit.  The Driver of The Vehicle Most pedestrian-car interactions occur at intersections and crosswalks, but they can take place anywhere you walk, run, jog, hike, or sit. Read More 

Rebuilding Your Credit During And After Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

22 December 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be very bad for your credit because it remains on your credit score for 10 years. Even if it is on your credit history for 10 years, the impact of the bankruptcy will diminish over time. However, if you're concerned about the impact of bankruptcy on your credit, Chapter 13 bankruptcy will only remain on your credit history for 7 years and will not have much of an impact on your credit. Read More 

Top Reasons To Hire An Estate Litigation Attorney To Help With Your Inheritance

29 November 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are entitled to an inheritance because you recently lost a parent or another loved one who might have wanted to leave you money and assets, then you might need to hire an estate litigation attorney. These are some of the reasons why it's often a good idea to hire an estate litigation attorney to help with your inheritance. You Don't Have to Have a Problem to Hire a Lawyer Read More 

Did You Know That Chapter 13 Can Help You Stop A Foreclosure?

31 October 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Life can feel arduous when you're overwhelmed by debt. This can feel especially burdensome if you have not made your mortgage payments for a long time. In such a case, you might experience sleepless nights worrying that your debtor might acquire your house and leave your family homeless. Nonetheless, declaring bankruptcy can be your lifeline because it may stop a potential foreclosure and provide you with an easier, more manageable way of repaying your mortgage debt. Read More 

4 Disadvantages To Accepting A Workers’ Compensation Lump Sum Settlement

6 October 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you settle your workers' compensation claim, the insurance company may ask you if you want a lump sum settlement or a structured payment. The structured payment will pay you your benefits over time, while the lump sum settlement will be one payment of money. While receiving a large sum of money at one time may seem to be the right thing to do, there are some disadvantages you must consider. Read More