2021

What Qualifies As An Uncontested Divorce

If you and your spouse want a divorce, you can streamline the process with an uncontested divorce. Though you may still want a lawyer, you will spend less time in the courts. You can even have an uncontested divorce if you have children. However, an uncontested divorce is not possible for everyone. Keep reading to learn more about uncontested divorce, which situations it is best for, and what happens if you can't qualify for one. Read More 

Foreign Objects in the Body After Surgery: What to Expect With Medical Malpractice

Undergoing a surgical procedure is a stressful and frightening experience for most people. So, when something does not go as planned, the anxiety and hardship experienced are even greater. For some people, the unthinkable happens. During their recovery or after, they discover that a surgical instrument or tool was left behind and remains in their body. In most scenarios, this situation is a direct pathway to a medical malpractice suit. Learn what to expect with this process. Read More 

Got Involved In A Truck Accident? See The First 3 Steps You Should Take

One of the most challenging situations to face is getting involved in a truck accident. The injuries might take months to heal, while others could be permanent. Your truck and other personal assets could also suffer massive damage. The law allows you to file a compensation case against the other motorist, especially if they were at fault. However, the outcome of the case depends on how you handle yourself immediately after the accident. Read More 

Hired as a Contractor? What You Need to Know About Employment Law

Do you work as a contractor — rather than an employee — for another company? Then you need to understand how employment law affects you. Many independent contractors don't fully understand their position when it comes to the rights and responsibilities of being hired labor. And failure to understand where you stand could cost you money and even be a danger to your health. Here's what you need to know. Read More 

Filing Your Workers Compensation Claim? Don’t Make These Mistakes

Are you filing for workers compensation and thinking that you can file your claim on your own? If so, you're likely to make some mistakes along the way. Here are a couple issues you'll want to avoid if possible.  Mistake 1: Not Telling Doctors That You Were Hurt At Work One problem that people have with workers compensation claims is when they have inconsistencies in their story. This can happen if you don't tell your doctors how you were hurt or that the injury even happened at work. Read More