What To Do During And After Your DUI Arrest

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If you were recently arrested for a DUI, you need to understand the importance of what you face. There are certain steps you have to take after your arrest to ensure you have a possibility of a good outcome. Some basic mistakes can cost you dearly. Here are some things you need to do during a DUI arrest and afterward. Keep Your Mouth Closed You may feel the need to explain to the officer why you are driving in your current state.

16 December 2019

Things You Can Do To Help Your Personal Injury Case

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If you have been recently injured and you are looking to take legal action, there are some things that you will want to do in order to ensure that you are giving yourself the best chance of success. To have a good idea of what some of those things are, you will want to continue reading. The more you make use of this advice, the easier it might be for you to have a successful end to your personal injury case.

16 December 2019

In A Committed, Unmarried Relationship? Estate Planning Musts

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More couples than ever have made the decision to live together and put off marriage or skip marriage entirely. While this decision doesn't have a significant effect on the day-to-day living and decisions, it can have serious consequences when it comes to your estate and what happens to you after you pass away. If you and your spouse are putting off marriage, here's what you need to know about prioritizing your estate planning.

21 November 2019

Common Misconceptions About Worker's Compensation


If you are hurt while on the job, you have a right to file for worker's compensation benefits with your employer. The benefits will help you meet your financial needs while you are unable to work and also cover the medical expenses incurred because of your injury. The benefits you receive will be based on your injury type and how long you are unable to work. Before you file for benefits, you should be aware of some of the misconceptions about worker's compensation benefits.

23 October 2019

What Happens To Your Estate When You Do Not Hire A Probate Lawyer To Handle Things

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Most people are confused as to why they have to hire a lawyer to manage their affairs after they have died. They do not understand that it is not enough just to have a will or to have a will drawn up and witnessed by a notary. In fact, most people are surprised to learn just how much can really go wrong after they have passed away. Here is what happens when you do not hire a probate attorney before you pass away to manage your affairs and your estate after you have passed.

26 September 2019

How A Small Business Lawyer Will Help You Out

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When you are a sole proprietor or you own a smaller business, you don't always think of the legalities behind your career. After all, you operate on a daily basis without a lot of employees and your customer base appears to be solid. You see no real need to hire a small business lawyer, but the expense can be worth it. Even simply retaining a lawyer with a minimal deposit can make a huge difference in the quality of your business and can really assist you should a major legal issue come your way.

22 August 2019

Bad Medicine: When Prescription Drugs Do More Harm Than Good

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Drug manufacturers are responsible for putting safe and effective medications on the market for consumers to use. Most of the time, drugs are tested extensively, and the vast majority of them do what they should without causing problems in patients. When things go wrong with your medication, you might be ready to sue the maker of the drug, but that may not always work. To find out more about what can be done when your prescription drugs cause more harm than good, read on.

22 July 2019

An Overview Of Rehabilitative Alimony

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Many people don't know that there are various forms of alimony or spousal support. There are rehabilitative alimony, permanent alimony, temporary alimony, and reimbursement alimony, among others. Below is an overview of one of the important type of alimony rehabilitative alimony. What It Means Rehabilitative alimony is money you receive to help you establish yourself financially so that you can take care of yourself in the future. As such, rehabilitative alimony is temporary; you only get the payments for a predetermined period that the court has determined should be enough to help you improve your economic status to a sustainable level.

19 June 2019

When Civil And Criminal Matters Collide

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There are times when legal matters can get intertwined a bit. The justice system divides legal matters into civil, family, criminal, corporate, and a few other divisions and, in most cases, one has absolutely nothing to do with the other. In some cases, criminal law and civil law can involve two separate cases that apply to the same parties. Read on find out more about this meshing of criminal and civil law.

19 May 2019

Can You Keep Your Car If You File For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

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If you own a car and are thinking about filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you might wonder whether or not you will be able to keep your car. Keeping a car is often allowed in Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases but not always. Here are several things to know about this subject in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. You can keep it if you can exempt it In order to keep your car when filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you will need to exempt it.

16 April 2019