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What To Do If You Suspect Your Loved One Died Of Negligence While At Work

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Nobody ever expects their loved one to die while at work, but unfortunately some professions, such as construction, underwater welding, and oil rig working, carry a higher than normal risk of death or serious injury. If you have a loved one who has recently passed away while on their job site and feel that the company they work for is responsible for their death, it is your job to fight for justice and get the financial and medical compensation for the family left behind. Read More»

Executor Of An Estate? Two Signs That You'll Need A Probate Attorney

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If you’ve been listed as the executor of a deceased person’s estate, you have quite a job in front of you.  Depending on the size of the estate, you could be up for a task that requires quite a bit of time to fulfill.  Although the role may seem daunting, a probate attorney can be of tremendous assistance to you.  Use this information to learn more about the signs which point to the need for a probate attorney. Read More»

Can You Prove Emotional Distress from a Car Accident?

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Pain and suffering encompass more than just the physical injuries from a motor vehicle accident. It can also include the emotional distress that is caused by the incident. Proving how you have been emotionally impacted can be challenging. However, this is necessary if you want to maximize your settlement with the insurance company. Here are some ways you can prove the extent of your emotional distress.   Seek Professional Help Read More»

3 Reasons to Open a Trust Now

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Many people wonder if they should meet with an estate-planning attorney. They might think that they are young and healthy so there is no reason to see an attorney. However, even if you are young and healthy, you should still meet with an attorney to prepare for the worst and set up a trust. Here are some reasons why a trust fund is such a good idea while you are living and in the case that you should pass away. Read More»

Slip And Falls In Icy Conditions: When Do You Have A Case?

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You’ve slipped or fallen in some ice or snow. This has led to medical bills and loss of wages, and now you want to know if you can claim compensation for this. The question is – how do you know if you have a case? How Did the Accident Happen? Slipping in icy conditions is normal. You need to think about where the incident happened and if anybody should have had a duty of care to pedestrians. Read More»

What Are the Grounds for Challenging a Will?

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Processes involved in challenging a will can be difficult to go through. Wills are drawn up for the last wishes of the deceased party, and the court usually uses it as written, but some situations will allow for changes. What is done can depend on the mental status of the person when they made the will and many other elements. Here are some more important facts about grounds for challenging a will. Read More»

Three Common Mistakes To Avoid After A Car Accident

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Anytime you’re involved in a car accident it can be unnerving — it doesn’t need to be a major collision. In fact, it’s common for people who are involved in car wrecks to react without putting a lot of thought into how their actions might affect their future. If you aren’t careful, the actions you take immediately after the accident could come back to haunt you. So, if you’re involved in a car wreck, try to avoid these three common mistakes in case you need to file an accident claim through the court in the future. Read More»

3 Common Legal Mistakes That New Landlords Make (And How To Avoid Them)

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If you’ve decided to become a landlord, you’re likely excited at the prospect but also overwhelmed at all that must be done. To help ease your fears and to ensure that you’re on the right path, take a look at the three most common legal mistakes that new landlords make below and learn how you can avoid them. 1. Using a Generic Lease Agreement As a new landlord, it can be helpful to take a look at different leases and rental agreements. Read More»

Why You Might Want To Retain A Business Law Lawyer For Your Company

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As a business owner, you need to make sure that you are covering all of your legal needs with the help of a lawyer who specializes in business law. To understand the benefits that will come from hiring a business lawyer, you will want to review the following points. Properly Updates Internal Agreements If there have been changes to your shareholder’s, partnership, or LLC agreement, it is vital that it is documented in a proper manner. Read More»

3 Things A Temporary Custody Agreement Can Do For You

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Are you going through a divorce that is less than amicable? This can be a very tumultuous time for everyone involved, particularly when it comes to child custody arrangements. If you and your soon-to-be former spouse have not yet worked out your custody agreement and you wish to keep your children in your care until an agreement is reached, you have the option to file a temporary custody order. A temporary custody order is used to do the following: Read More»