A Law Career

  • 3 Tips To Help You Strengthen Your Working Relationship With Your Attorney

    28 September 2016

    If you are in the process of going through a personal injury lawsuit, you'll want to make sure that you are able to create and maintain a strong relationship with your attorney. Here are three tips that will help you make your relationship more productive for your case. #1 Always Tell The Truth Your attorney is going to need to ask you a lot of questions and get a lot of information from you in order to proceed forward with your case.

  • There Is Life After Bankruptcy: Making A Fresh Start

    7 September 2016

    Most people only declare bankruptcy as a last-ditch effort to get out from under a burden of debt and to make a fresh financial start. Your financial future can be quite uncertain when you are in the middle of the process, but once you file you will undoubtedly begin to feel a great sense of relief. Many bankruptcy filers wonder sadly if they will ever be able to use credit again to buy a car or a house, since the federal filing stays on your credit report for a very long time.

  • 2 Ways That An Auto Accident Lawyer Can Help Strengthen Your Case

    19 August 2016

    One of the most important calls that you can make after being involved in an auto accident is to an accident lawyer, mostly because of the many ways in which he or she can help you increase the chances of winning your case and getting the money that you deserve. Listed below are two ways that an auto accident lawyer can help you strengthen your case. Investigate The Events Leading Up To The Accident

  • Two Ways To Protect Your Job While On Disability Leave

    1 August 2016

    It is illegal for employers to discriminate against or fire employees for having disabilities. However, there isn't anything in the law that prevents employers from firing workers while they are on disability leave and/or collecting benefits, as long as the reason for the dismissal isn't because of their physical or mental condition. If you're worried your employer may give your job to someone else while you're out recovering or dealing with your medical issues, here are two ways you may be able to protect your position.

  • How Probate Treats The Family Home

    19 July 2016

    For many people, real estate comprises the bulk of an estate. For those charged with dealing with the estate of a loved one, the dispensing of that real estate can be tricky. It can be confusing if the will states that your deceased parent has left you with the responsibility of being the executor, you may be concerned about how to properly and fairly divide up the family home. Read on to learn more about how probate deals with the family home when a loved one passes away.

  • 6 Major Steps Of A Personal Injury Case

    30 June 2016

    In your quest for compensation from your auto accident injuries, you should be prepared to experience a somewhat lengthy process. While you can expect some compensation from the at-fault driver's insurance company, this amount will fall short of providing pain and suffering damages. To move beyond your medical expenses and loss of personal property (such as your vehicle), you will likely need to file a personal injury claim and pursue the matter in court.

  • Injured On The Job? 4 Mistakes That Could Cost You

    12 June 2016

    If you've been injured on the job, you might be worried about how it will affect your family and your future. Being injured on the job is stressful, especially if you're the sole breadwinner for your family. Don't take chances with your future, or your family's future. Mistakes you make following your accident may have serious repercussions. In fact, some mistakes can make it difficult for you to receive the benefits you're entitled to.