A Traffic Violation Attorney Could Help You Beat A Traffic Ticket Or Reduce Your Punishment

14 May 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Getting a traffic violation for speeding or running a red light is not only a nuisance, it could possibly affect you in negative ways if you have previous offenses. More serious violations could even put you at risk of going to jail. Deciding whether to pay the fine or hire a lawyer may be a tough call, but sometimes it's worth it to talk to a lawyer before making your choice. Read More 

Things To Consider Before Making A Living Will

14 May 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

A living will is a powerful document that can set forth what you wish for the end of your life if you are no longer able to. It can cover a wide variety of different medical decisions, so it's important to take some time to think your will over before you finalize things. Here are just some of the things to keep in mind when crafting a living will. Who Will Have Power of Attorney Over You? Read More 

Can You Afford Your Divorce?

8 April 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

When couples decide to divorce, not everyone needs to spend a lot of money on legal fees. When money is tight or a great disparity exists between the parties' income, there are still ways to legally part ways without causing a financial struggle. Read on to find out more about the cost of divorce and how to handle the fees. Simple Marriage Simple Costs Some couples can get away with paying little to no money to part ways. Read More 

4 Facts About Workers’ Compensation Insurance You May Not Know

28 February 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being injured on the job can often be a stressful experience. Not only do you need to deal with the direct effects of your injury, but you must also navigate an unfamiliar claims process while potentially being unable to work. Often, this process will be started by your employer, and you will be guided through it in part by the workers' compensation insurance company. In many cases, both of these parties may gloss over small details that they feel are unnecessary to explain or they may provide information in large packets that are difficult to quickly parse and understand. Read More 

Two Things You Need to Know About Suing for Genetic Discrimination

24 January 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

With the rising popularity of genetic testing, it was only a matter of time before the issue of genetic discrimination popped up. Genetic discrimination is just like any other type of discrimination, except the offender treats people unfairly based on their DNA. While there are laws in place designed to protect individuals from this type of prejudice, they don't offer as much protection as you would expect. If you're in the process of pursuing legal justice of mistreatment you experienced because of your genes, here are two issues that will affect how your case turns out. Read More