Understanding The Legal Process

  • 3 Reasons To Contact A Workers Comp Lawyer If Your Employer Fires You After A Workplace Injury

    18 January 2023

    Your employer can lay you off from your job after a workplace injury for several reasons. It could be that they don't want to take responsibility or because they want to keep their reputation intact. If this happens, you may have to pay your medical bills on your own. Fortunately, you can be eligible for compensation. Workers compensation lawyers understand the intricacies of workplace injury and termination laws and can help you get the justice you deserve.

  • Charged With Shoplifting After Using A Self-Checkout Machine? Learn Common Defenses A Criminal Lawyer May Use To Defend You

    9 December 2022

    In an effort to cut costs, more and more stores are installing self-checkout machines. You go to one of these machines, scan all of the items in your basket, and then pay for those items. However, these machines are making headlines because people are being charged with shoplifting if they forgot to scan an item or thought they scanned something but the scanner didn't catch it. If you have been charged with shoplifting after using a self-checkout machine, a criminal lawyer can help you fight the charges you are facing.

  • 4 Issues That Can Come Up During Probate

    28 October 2022

    Have you been assigned the responsibilities of an estate executor that is about to go through probate? If so, you'll definitely want to be working with a probate attorney throughout the entire process. Here are a few issues that can come up where a probate attorney can assist you.  The Will Is Contested A difficult problem to deal with is a friend or family member contesting a will. This can happen because someone believes the person that made the will was not in the right mental state, that someone influenced a person to make changes to their will, or even accuse someone of committing fraud and fabricating a will.

  • The Consequences Of Providing Incorrect Information When Declaring Bankruptcy

    29 September 2022

    To declare bankruptcy successfully, one must comply with all the filing rules. That includes providing the correct information about their assets and income. Furnishing the court with incorrect data can make you face serious consequences. Failing to disclose some of your assets to avoid losing them could get you into deep trouble. So seek guidance from a bankruptcy attorney regarding asset disclosure. By doing this, you will avoid the following repercussions.

  • Don'T Make These SSDI Mistakes When You Need Benefits

    17 August 2022

    Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) allows ex-workers to take care of their impairments while earning a monthly benefit. It's easy to slip up, though, and make the below mistakes. Read on and be warned so that you can avoid these blunders. Earning money while you wait – It can take time to get through the SSDI process, and many claimants decide to take a job while they wait. Unfortunately, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will deny benefits if the claimant is still working.

  • What A Personal Injury Attorney Will Do To Get You Compensated For Burn Injuries

    11 July 2022

    Burns cause excruciating pain, and they may leave unsightly scars on your body. They may also alter your body functions and cause dehydration, infections, and other unpleasant conditions. If you're a victim of this injury, going to work or attending to your normal duties can be difficult. You may also have to use many resources to recover physically, emotionally, and financially. If you're unlucky, you could even be permanently disabled. Pursuing justice against the individuals who caused your condition may seem easy.

  • Overturning Vs. Modifying A Divorce Decree

    19 May 2022

    At some point, many people feel like they got a bad deal in their divorce. Sometimes, though, the terms of a divorce are truly unfair or become burdensome to one party over time. The question then becomes whether to appeal the divorce or just request modifications to the existing agreement. Here are a couple of questions to ask that may help you decide what to do. Do You Want to Introduce New Evidence?