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2022

Pursuing Disability Payments for Hand Injuries

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You might get disability payments when you cannot work because of hand-related injuries. Therefore, you should consult a disability lawyer to evaluate your case and determine your eligibility for disability payments. They will examine your medical records to determine whether you’re a disability candidate. Your attorney will then take you through the process of applying for the payments. This will enable you to know what to expect throughout the process. Below are facts your legal advisor may want you to know before pursuing disability payments. Read More»

4 Signs You Should Hire A Criminal Law Attorney

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The prospect of having to hire a criminal law attorney can be challenging to confront. However, it’s important if you’re facing a criminal investigation or charges to retain attorney services as soon as possible. Anyone seeing these four signs should ask for counsel right away. Police Questioning Cops will often frame their questioning as innocent or at least undirected. Do not assume this is true. Even if it is true, don’t assume it will stay this way. Read More»

DUI Cases Can Be Expensive – Here's Why

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Almost no one is prepared for the costs associated with a driving under the influence (DUI) case. While all types of criminal cases can be expensive to deal with, DUI cases find ways to cost defendants money that are surprising in their scope. Find out more below if you are convicted. Bail If you are offered bail—and many DUI offenders are—the cost of the bail will depend on the area, your record, and the arrest specifics. Read More»

Your Upcoming Trial And Jury Selection

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Many criminal matters are resolved by plea bargains. However, if you have been arrested, you have the right to a trial by a jury rather than take a plea bargain. This decision is one you must discuss with your criminal defense attorney. For those choosing the trial route, the below will explain an important facet of your trial—jury selection. Read on and find out more. Jurors are Contacted In many places, the juror rolls are compiled using voter records or driver’s license lists. Read More»

Hidden Assets: What Divorcing Parties Need To Know

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It’s unfortunately easier than ever to hide away assets during a divorce. The motivations for doing so are clear – one party may not want to share that asset in a divorce agreement. Also, spousal support and child support are based on assets and income so hiding some of that could result in a lower ordered support amount. Spouses that think they know all about their former partner’s financial situation might want to review the information below for signs of hidden assets. Read More»

Car Accident Law: Who Takes Responsibility For A Rental Car Accident?

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Car accidents are stressful and disorienting, not to mention the actual damage you will be handling. The situation gains a new angle of stressfulness when the car is a rental. Understanding who is liable and how to pursue compensation in such a situation can be complicated, which is why you need a competent auto accident lawyer. Here are a few things to understand about responsibility in rental car accident cases.  Read More»

The Art Of Writing A New Will When You Have One

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For will attorney services providers, producing a new will for someone who already has one can be one of the trickier aspects of the job. If you’re preparing to write a new will, you need to know the art of doing it the right way. Otherwise, you may encounter some notable issues. Let’s look at what those potential problems might be and how you can steer clear of them. To Amend or Nullify Read More»