Winter Accidents & Falling Trees: 4 Factors In A Settlement Case

15 December 2015
 Categories: Law, Articles

Driving in the winter naturally expands the number of hazards on the road. Snow and ice are trouble enough on their own, but the cold and bitter months can also bring problems when trees crack, fall, and cause major accidents. If you have been in an accident that involves a falling tree or branch, then there are many parties that could be at fault. By breaking down the different factors and working with an auto accident lawyer, you can determine if there is a possible case for your accident and injuries. Read More 

How Is A Car Accident Claim Settled If The Other Driver Did Not Have Sufficient Insurance?

20 November 2015
 Categories: Law, Articles

Getting into a major car accident can be an overwhelming and frightening experience, and trying to settle the case afterwards can be time-consuming and frustrating. You may run into even more problems trying to settle the case if the other driver did not have enough insurance, or if he or she did not have any insurance. In a situation like this, you will need to hire a car accident lawyer for help. Read More 

Pregnant Ladies Beware: Hospital Baby Mix-Ups Happen More Than You Think

22 October 2015
 Categories: Law, Articles

New mothers have a lot to worry about immediately after delivering their baby. They're focused on determining the health of their newborn, making sure the infant is eating properly, and tending to phone calls and visitors anxious to meet their new child. Furthermore, all of this comes at a time when the mother is healing from the pains of childbirth and sometimes under the influence of pain medication.  There's another worry that new mothers should have, though, that is often overlooked at a time of such commotion -- making sure the hospital that delivered their baby doesn't misidentify him or her at any point in time between birth and when they leave the hospital. Read More 

Tips For Protecting Your Child’s Credit From Identity Theft And Possible Bankruptcy

30 September 2015
 Categories: Law, Articles

Your credit score and history can affect many things about your future, including your access to rentals, loan availability and even your insurance premiums. When you have credit problems as an adult, you can explore bankruptcy to resolve overwhelming debt and rebuild your credit history. What you may not know as a parent, though, is how important it is to monitor your child's credit. If your child is a victim of identity theft, it can lead to financial problems for many years. Read More 

Tips To Help You Fight Your Property Tax Bills

2 September 2015
 Categories: Law, Articles

If you recently received your current property tax bill and feel it is way too high, you could fight it to try to get it reduced. Fighting a property tax bill involves appealing the assessment with your local property assessor. While you are not guaranteed to win your appeal, your chances of winning are much higher if you present the right types of evidence with your paperwork. Hiring a real estate lawyer can also be valuable during this process, because real estate attorneys know this process inside out. Read More