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Six Questions to Ask an Injury Lawyer After an Accident

If you’ve been in an accident, one of the most important things to do is work with an injury lawyer that can help you secure compensation for your injuries. Of course, you must find an attorney who can get you the justice you deserve and will work hard to minimize stress for you at every step of the process. You can learn a lot about a prospective attorney from scouring their website and reading client reviews; however, that... ❯❯❯

Completing Your Preliminary Declarations of Disclosure In Your California Divorce

            After you filed your initial petition for dissolution in California, the next step in the divorce process is filing your Preliminary Declarations of Disclosure (PDDs). These declarations provide the other party in your dissolution proceeding with the information needed to negotiate and assess their case. Completing your Preliminary Declarations of Disclosure thoroughly... ❯❯❯

What Does an Auto Accident Attorney Actually Do?

A car accident is often traumatic and damaging for everyone involved. The aftermath of the accident can be a complex and drawn-out process that continues to affect victims and their families many months or years later. For this reason, many people involved in accidents, particularly when injured, turn to the assistance provided by a local car accident attorney. But what exactly does an auto accident attorney do? If you have recently... ❯❯❯

Can Grandparents Visit Grandchildren after the Parents Divorce?

Grandparents often have a very special bond with their grandchildren. Many grandparents fear losing the opportunity to continue fostering this bond in the event that their grandchildren’s parents divorce. While grandparents in Georgia don’t have automatic rights to visitation with their grandchildren, they do have the right to ask the court to grant them visitation. If you are concerned about losing visitation with your... ❯❯❯

When Should I Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney?

If you're dealing with a criminal charge, you need an attorney to handle your entire legal proceedings. Why is this important? Such cases usually come with hefty fines and severe penalties and will significantly impact your life. To avoid undesirable consequences, a criminal defense attorney will come in handy. The lawyer will fight for your rights throughout the investigation. He or she will also challenge the case against you at... ❯❯❯

What are Emotional Distress Damages and How Do I Prove Them?

Emotional distress damages are hard to prove in personal injury cases. A dog bite attorney could claim that his customers suffer from physical injuries and emotional distress after a dog assault incident. That emotional distress may affect their ability to continue their daily activities and cause anxiety within their family.  Trying to find evidence to support your arguments about emotional distress is a challenging issue. The... ❯❯❯

Business Associates and HIPAA Compliance

Besides the healthcare providers who handle patient’s health information, other organizations must also comply with HIPAA. These organizations are known as Business Associates and are direct vendors to covered entities like hospitals, health plans, or any other medical entities. Who Are Business Associates? Business associates (BA) are organizations or individuals who act on behalf of or provide services to covered entities -... ❯❯❯

Factors that can delay the personal injury claim process

Understandably you'll want to know how long the personal injury claim process is, and while we can give you a rough idea, many factors can affect the time it will take for you to receive your settlement. Personal injury claims can progress at different rates depending on how complex your case is. The best way to ensure your claim runs smoothly, and you receive your entitlement promptly is by appointing a personal injury lawyer to take... ❯❯❯

5 Types of Personal Injury Attorneys

Texas law allows an injured person to pursue compensation when someone else's negligence or wrongful conduct is the cause of their injury.  That means various situations, including auto collisions, dog bites, and swimming pool accidents can give rise to a valid personal injury claim that would call for a lawyer specialized in that field. Whether you recently got injured or have not suffered a personal injury yet,... ❯❯❯

3 Common Mistakes To Avoid in Family Court

Break-ups in families are an incredibly stressful and worrying time. For some people, it’s their first time ever attending a family court if family dispute mediation with their family lawyer does not resolve their issues. If the dispute has to go through litigation, people tend to make some unavoidable mistakes which may negatively impact on their case. Here are the top 3 common mistakes to avoid. Not disclosing all financial... ❯❯❯