How You Can Get Help with Your Workers’ Comp Case

15 November 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

It's not necessary to sue your employer when you are hurt on the job. Avoiding this type of thing is the main reason workers' compensation insurance exists. This form of insurance is supposed to make it easier to get benefits like medical treatment, partial salaries, and a lump-sum settlement when you are permanently injured. Unfortunately, not all workers' comp claims pay out as they should. Read on to find out what happens to some hurt workers and how you can arrange for the help you need when the insurer fails to do their job. Read More 

A Legal View Of What Securities Are

21 October 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Few topics can cause people to feel nervous about their knowledge as much as securities law. Even if you're a corporate lawyer, securities are a tough concept to deal with. For many businesses, though, issuing securities is an essential part of getting the capital they need. That's a good reason to learn about what securities are and how they might involve your business. Financial Instruments A security is a type of financial instrument that's centered on at least one of three things. Read More 

How Truck Mechanical Failures Factor Into Your Personal Injury Case

24 September 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Truck accidents can be much more devastating than car accidents due to the size of an average truck. The impact of a truck can easily cause severe injuries and death. While many accidents are caused by distracted driving, another major cause of truck accidents is that the truck itself experiences a mechanical failure. Knowing what happened may help your personal injury case.  Brakes A common mechanical failure that a truck might face is a brake failure. Read More 

Understanding Wrongful Termination

19 August 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Under many circumstances, employers don't have to continue your employment. However, in many states, there are limits on reasons why they can fire you. If you are a reliable employee who does your job and doesn't break the rules of your employer or do other things that would be problematic for the work environment, then there should be no reason for you to expect to be fired. If you have been fired in a way that would be considered wrongful termination, then you are protected by the law. Read More 

Are You An Executor Of Will And Estate? Find Out What Types Of Responsibilities You Will Have

16 July 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If someone special to you just passed away, you may have received the news that you are the executor of his or her will. The executor has several important responsibilities to take care of to ensure that the deceased individual's requests are fulfilled after death. Because you have such a huge responsibility on your hands, you should not attempt to complete anything on your own. You should hire a probate lawyer to talk to you about what you are going to need to do while providing help along the way. Read More