If you are employed and injured in a vehicle crash, you may not be able to work for weeks or even months, meaning a great loss of income. In addition to recovering standard wages, you are allowed to recover wages lost from sick days, vacation days, and bonus days. However, if you are self-employed, recovering lost wages will be more challenging, since self-employed income is often unpredictable. Here are some tips to recover lost wages from a vehicle accident for the self-employed. Read More»
If you have a commercial lease on a property and are running a business there, it could be detrimental to your interests if another entity moves nearby that is noisy or otherwise proves to be distracting. If you have talked to the owner or manager of the property without results, there are some things you can do to protect your rights and continue conducting business.
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It’s time to divide up the assets so you can proceed with the divorce. You’re anticipating a stressful situation. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, there are a few things you can do to make the process easier for both of you. Here are four simple tips that will take the headache out of property division.
Take Turns with the Assets and Debts
When it comes to the assets and debts, if you’re like most people, you want the assets and you’re trying to avoid the debts. Read More»
If you’ve recently suffered the tragic loss of a close family member at the hands of another person, you’re likely both angry and heartbroken, and may be wondering whether you have any recourse against your relative’s murderer. A wrongful death lawsuit may be one option for you and your family to recover some of the financial (if not the emotional) losses you’ve suffered. Read on to learn more about the laws governing when you can sue a murderer for wrongful death. Read More»
You’re walking down the street minding your own business. Suddenly, an officer approaches you and says you fit the description of a reported burglar in the area and you’re holding an item similar to one that has been reported stolen. The office places you in custody and takes you into the station. This scenario represents probable cause. If you have been involved in a similar situation, it’s important that you understand the parameters of probable cause so that you know how to protect your rights. Read More»