Be Alert To Allegations Of Preexisting Injuries After Your Car Accident

16 July 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Dealing with almost anything after a car accident that left you injured is difficult. Unfortunately, insurance companies can make things even more difficult just when most accident victims trust them to be fair. To learn more about a major stumbling block they could throw in your way after an accident, read on. When Medical Expenses Are High For minor accidents, automobile insurers generally do a decent job of paying medical expenses and getting your transportation concerns worked out. Read More 

Don’t Expect Special Treatment For Your First-Time DUI

16 July 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

When a driving under the influence (DUI) charge puts you behind bars, it can be a sobering moment. Particularly for those not familiar with what to expect, it can be all too easy to assume that first-time offenders get an easier ride than repeat offenders. It might be more accurate to say, however, that first-time DUI offenders are in for some extremely harsh punishments and that repeat offenders are in for some devastating punishments. Read More 

Should You Settle Out Of Court?

14 June 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Most people have heard the term "settle outside of court". This means to accept a monetary payment from someone before a court case has ended with a judgment. Settling a case, such as a car accident claim, is often a good thing since you avoid the expenses, stress, and the time it takes for a case to go through the court system. About 95–96 percent of all personal injury cases end up settling before the trial starts. Read More 

How a Divorce May Affect Your Income Taxes

13 May 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are planning on getting divorced this year, you may have questions about how it will affect your income taxes next year. A divorce may have some effects on this aspect of your life, but the effects it has will greatly depend on your unique situation. Here are several things you should know about income taxes and divorce. You must file jointly if your divorce was not through by December 31 Read More 

What You Need To Know About Obtaining A U.S. Work Visa

5 April 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

The United States is viewed as the land of opportunity by many people throughout the world. These individuals often seek employment within the United States in an effort to give their families better lives. A work visa is required to legally work in the U.S. if you are not a citizen. There are many types of work visas to choose from, and making the right choice will be critical in obtaining approval to enter the country for work purposes. Read More