If you were a victim of domestic violence during your marriage, the abuse will have an impact on your divorce process. The dissolution of a marriage is a significant step, and the court honors its duties to uncover and address every matter of a relationship in order to ensure that each party’s rights are protected and that they are treated fairly.
Domestic violence has a lot to do with manipulation and control, even when the attacks only seem to surface in the physical form. Read More»
Now that summer is almost here and the kids are getting ready to leave school for vacation, you’re probably planning the warm weather activities. If you take your kids to the community pool during the summer, you need to be aware of the risks that are involved. Local governments are responsible for providing a safe environment for swimming, especially when they operate a public swimming pool. If your child is injured while swimming in a community pool, you may be able to sue for damages. Read More»
Many people are eschewing owning their own vehicle and instead opting to use ride sharing vehicles when they need to get around. Many people use ride sharing as a supplemental transportation option. With ride sharing growing in popularity, it is important to know what do to when an accident occurs while you are a passenger in a ride sharing vehicle.
#1 Always Make Sure the Police Are Called
Like in an accident when you are the driver, you always want to make sure the police are called. Read More»
Medical conditions that make it impossible for you to do your job properly may qualify you for benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides a financial payment for those who are unable to work due to certain conditions. One such condition is sleep apnea. This disorder causes problems that go beyond just being sleepy at work, so read on to learn more.
What Is Sleep Apnea?
Many people mistakenly believe that sleep apnea is a sort of sleeping disease that makes you fall asleep during the day and while driving (which might more accurately describe narcolepsy). Read More»
It is estimated that about 4.1 of all criminal cases across this country are wrongfully charged and convicted. That, in terms of numbers, is a substantial number of people who can really, truly claim that they are innocent, and in jail for crimes they did not commit. It may be a running joke in prisons among both inmates and the correction officers, but the research shows that 4.1 percent of those claiming to be innocent are innocent. Read More»