Medication Allergies And Medical Malpractice: Lawsuit, Or No?

16 July 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Allergic reactions to medications are rare, but they do happen. Sometimes you may not know that you are allergic to a certain medication until you are initially given it during or after a surgical procedure. If you have a particularly violent, and almost fatal, reaction to a medication, you might be wondering if you can sue for medical malpractice. Here is the answer to that question, and whether or not you need to hire a medical malpractice lawyer. Read More 

Convicted Of A Federal Crime? Here Are Your Options

14 June 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being charged with any crime is overwhelming, but being convicted of a federal offense can feel crippling. Many defendants are unsure how to proceed after a conviction is handed down. The choices that you make post-conviction can have a lasting impact on your life for many years to come. An experienced criminal defense attorney will be able to help you evaluate your options and take the course of action that makes the most sense in your case. Read More 

Thinking About Life After High School? Why You Should Become A Court Reporter

13 May 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're about to graduate from high school and you haven't decided on a career yet, talk to a counselor about a career in court reporting. One of the great things about becoming a court reporter is that it's a career that can grow with you. Here are just four of the many reasons why becoming a court reporter right out of high school is one of the best decisions you'll make for your future. Read More 

Wage Garnishment? What Employees Facing This Action Should Know

5 April 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

For individuals and families who are already living paycheck to paycheck, the ongoing loss of a portion of their wages to garnishment is sure to be a devastating financial blow. Garnishment is defined as a court order that directs wages (or other types of assets, such as bank accounts or property) to be seized for the express purpose of satisfying an outstanding debt. In addition to consumer debt, income and other types of taxes, child support, and student loans can also result in wage garnishment. Read More 

Back Pain And Cannot Work: Are You Covered With Social Security?

27 February 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

When your back hurts, it can feel as if your entire body is in pain. Almost every major muscle group and extremity has a connection to your spine and back so it's easy to see why back problems cause so many people to be unable to work at their jobs. Read on to find out how the Social Security Administration (SSA) views back problems when evaluating claims for benefits. A Common Problem Read More