Knowing When To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney

Injuries in a public place or even at someone's home are not always a good reason to hire a lawyer to get help with your medical care. But if you are hurt and you can not get the care you need any other way, hiring a lawyer can speed the process along and help you resolve the situation. Slip and Fall Accidents In some situations, a slip and fall accident is not caused by neglect on the part of the property owner, but if you think it is, getting a lawyer involved may be the best thing you can do. [Read More]

Ways A Corporate Transaction Attorney Can Assist Your Enterprise

When a business purchases another enterprise, it can allow for both of the companies to benefit. However, any type of corporate transaction can be extremely complicated due to the number of parties involve and the value of the assets being acquired. For this reason, companies are typically advised to work with corporate transaction attorneys so that they can receive sound guidance and representation handling the legal aspects of this transaction. Partnership and Investor Negotiations [Read More]

Hurt At Work? How To Take Legal Action

It may not be necessary to take legal action when a work injury occurs. In fact, one of the reasons why workers' compensation insurance was created is so that workers can avoid having to file a personal injury lawsuit against their employer. In most cases, hurt workers get the benefits they need, and they recover and return to their jobs. In other cases, things don't go that well. Read on to find out what might happen when your workers' compensation claim is held up, delayed, or denied and you are not getting the benefits you deserve. [Read More]

The "Own Occupation" Clause And Your Long-Term Disability Claim

When you've suffered any kind of illness or injury that has left you unable to work, you may find yourself needing your employer-offered long-term disability insurance. Unfortunately, receiving long-term disability isn't as simple as just filing a claim. In fact, many claims are denied. One of the most common reasons for long-term disability claims to be denied is because of the "own occupation" clause. Here's what you need to know about this clause and your claim. [Read More]