Have you been sued in a personal injury lawsuit? You should seriously consider hiring a lawyer to represent you. Here are just a few reasons why doing so is important: Get Help Collecting Evidence To defend yourself against the claims that have been made against you by the plaintiff in your personal injury case, you will have to gather as much information and evidence as possible that will back up your version of the situation. [Read More]
Can You File an Injury Claim on Behalf of Someone Else?
Filing an injury claim on behalf of another person is a process that, understandably, tends to be more complex than filing your own case. It is possible, but the court will usually want to see documentation proving your right to handle legal matters for the victim. Let's look at how this may work. Parent of a Dependent Minor The simplest version of this sort of case involves the child of two genetic parents who are currently married. [Read More]
Nursing Home Abuse: Investigative Steps Your Attorney Will Take
It can be incredibly heart wrenching to have suspicions that your loved one has become the victim of nursing home neglect and abuse. What is even more heartbreaking is the fact that your loved one may not even be aware of the fact that he or she is being neglected or abused and be unable to assert his or her legal rights. More often than not, it is the responsibility of the family members to be aware of the signs and to assert those legal rights. [Read More]
A General Understanding Of Property Taxes For Everyone
Paying property taxes is inevitable for commercial and residential property owners. If a decision is made to ignore property tax payment notifications, there is a risk of property loss. This can mean that a property gets sold by the local government for the property tax owed on the property. Properties can be sold for significantly less than their value, and the process is legal. Property tax assessments are complex and difficult for some individuals to understand even if they are given the formula for calculation and the percentage of tax for their location. [Read More]