Working With The Right Attorney

Should You Accept An Injury Settlement Offer?

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The ideal scenario for an injury claim is to arrive at a settlement offer that works well for you. Unfortunately, there will always be some fuzziness about whether an offer represents the best deal you can reach. A personal injury attorney can’t guarantee an outcome, but they will check for a handful of things before recommending a client take or reject an offer. Personal injury lawyers always evaluate the following aspects of agreements before settling claims. Read More»

What Goes On During Child Custody Studies?

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When parents don’t agree on child custody, the judge may order them to participate in a child custody study, otherwise known as an evaluation. A lot is riding on the evaluator’s opinion, and it might be helpful to know what will be happening during your study. If the other parent is found to be the best fit for taking full physical custody of the child, you could end up having to spend time with your child via visitation only. Read More»

3 Common Examples Of Attorney Misconduct

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Attorneys are supposed to do everything they can to represent their clients. Whether the case is civil or criminal, attorneys have strict guidelines and rules to follow. However, not every lawyer follows the rules. If you would like to know more, check out these three common examples of attorney misconduct. 1. Lack of Due Diligence Lack of due diligence simply means the lawyer didn’t do their job. Before the trial, an attorney is supposed to gather all the facts, evidence, witness statements, etc. Read More»

Why You Shouldn't Represent Yourself In A Motorcycle Accident Case

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If you are involved in a motorcycle accident, you might be tempted to file a claim on your own. After all, you might not want to spend the limited resources you have on legal representation. However, this can backfire for a variety of reasons. Winning a Legal Case Often Requires a Team In a motorcycle accident injury case, you will not only need to present evidence that you were hurt, but you’ll also need to present evidence that the other driver was negligent. Read More»

Four Ways You Can Suffer A Personal Injury Due To Medication

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It can take a long time to see serious side effects from medications. In a hospital setting, it can happen quickly. This type of injury is fundamentally no different from other personal injuries. Accidents with cars or injuries sustained on a company’s property that were not your fault are subject to compensation. So too are injuries from medications that had nothing to do with your actions. The following are four different ways this type of personal injury can occur. Read More»