A Legal Council Guide
When people say, “family lawyer,” it could refer to one of three types of legal counsel. One type of legal counsel this phrase can refer to is a guardian ad litem, or children’s lawyer, who is commonly appointed to represent minor children since children are not allowed in court. You may be assigned a guardian ad litem (GAL) in court if you are about to divorce and have minor children whom you share with your soon-to-be ex-spouse. Read More»
When something happens at work and you are left with an injury, you fully expect that your employer will step up to the plate and make sure your medical bills are taken care of and you are covered for your time off of work. However, many employers don’t like to file workers’ compensation claims because it can make their premiums higher. Furthermore, workers comp insurance companies will often try to downplay your injuries to prevent having to pay. Read More»
If a person is involved in a car accident, he or she may not know what to do before leaving the scene of the accident. However, the actions taken at the accident scene can help ensure that a personal injury claim is properly supported. Here are a few things that a car accident victim should do while still at the accident scene:
Be quiet around an adjuster.
An accident victim does not need to speak at length to an insurance representative of the party at fault. Read More»
Hiring a qualified and experienced personal injury attorney is arguably the most important thing you can do if you’ve been injured and are thinking about pursuing legal action. Having the right person on your side will ensure that your case is strong and that you’ll have the best chance possible of receiving a favorable settlement or verdict. Before you get to this point, however, it’s beneficial to take some time to find the right attorney. Read More»
Courts take child support payments very seriously. Unlike other divorce issues that are disagreements between two adults, child support is supposed to make sure that children, who can’t take care of themselves, are cared for despite the divorce. Because of this, courts impose harsh penalties for not paying child support up to and including possible jail time. Here’s what might happen if you don’t pay child support.
A Late Payment Read More»