I was recently involved in a car accident. Unfortunately, since it was my first accident, I was scatter-brained and anxious. What I did not realize at the time was that the actions you take immediately after the accident can affect a personal injury case and the outcome of that case. I wanted to find a way to share my experiences and mistakes with other. Since the Internet is so popular, I figured this would be a great way to do so. While you likely aren't planning on being in an accident soon, if you are, hopefully you remember some of the tips I share on this website.
14 January 2015
A DWI, or driving while intoxicated, is very similar to the more common, DUI, or driving under the influence. Depending upon your state, the terms can be used interchangeably, or they could be used to differentiate between driving drunk and driving under the influence of a drug such as marijuana or pain killers. Many people do not know their rights when being pulled over, or while going through a typical DUI check point.
6 January 2015
So you were caught driving under the influence. Drinking and driving got you in this predicament, but you are a wise person who takes each life-lesson to heart. All you need to do is understand the law and your own personal drinking capacity. You can do that by hiring a good lawyer to help you with your DUI case and considering some of the following suggestions that can help you stay legal from now on when you drive.
23 December 2014
When a loved one passes away without leaving behind a written statement of how their assets should be divided, family and friend tensions may rise out of control. Whether from greed, jealousy or conflicting interpretations, the arguments that follow death can be largely avoided if you make an organized list of priorities and discuss the options with everyone involved. With the help of a family law attorney, the following ideas can help ensure fair treatment for you and the rest of the survivors.
19 December 2014
Children seem to have no respect for court custody orders. It can be very devastating to parents when a child refuses to leave or stay with one parent. Often parents do not understand the reasoning behind such behaviors. If your child is behaving thus, then it is possible that he or she: Doesn't Like Change It might be that the child doesn't have a problem with you, but he or she doesn't just want to depart from his or her usual life.