What Distinguishes Construction Injury Cases From Others?

12 December 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being at a construction site carries with it significant risks, but it's also important to remember that the folks responsible for the location have obligations to keep the location as safe as possible. Pursuing a claim under construction injury law, though, can be different than dealing with other types of cases. These factors play a role in many such claims. Compliance and Regulations By far the biggest distinction between construction injury law cases and other kinds of injury claims is that the building trades are highly regulated in most areas. Read More 

What You Need To Be Prepared For When Heading Into Divorce Court

4 November 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you are just now in the beginning stages of a divorce, it is important to make sure that you are talking with an attorney about the divorce law in your state and how it will impact you. Some of the things that you need to be prepared to deal with include: The Division Of Property It might not seem fair, especially if you were the sole breadwinner or the property was bought with inheritance money, but depending on the divorce laws in your state, your soon-to-be ex-spouse may be entitled to half of everything. Read More 

A Few Things Not To Do When Involved In A Child Custody Case

26 September 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Whether you are in the process of getting a divorce, fighting to keep or get custody from the other parent, or renegotiating an existing custody order, things can be nasty, stressful, and emotional. However, it is also not a time to let the other parent find anything they can use against you, so you need to be able to remain civil. If you find that you are having trouble playing nice, or the other parent is making things very difficult for you, hire a child custody lawyer and let them deal with things. Read More 

Defenses To Trespassing That Your Attorney Can Successfully Present

20 August 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

There are a few different types of trespassing situations that can leave you facing a misdemeanor charge of trespassing. One is when it's evident to everyone that you're on someone's private property—for example, you've climbed a neighbor's fence and are in his or her backyard when the neighbor notices you and calls the police. Another type of trespassing situation occurs when you're on someone else's land but have no knowledge of it. Read More 

Do You Really Have Workers’ Compensation Coverage? How To Know

18 July 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Imagine that you get hurt on the job but are not eligible for workers' comp. For the vast majority of employees, workers' comp provides valuable help for those unable to work due to a work-related illness or accident, but what if you are not actually an employee of that company at all? Read on to learn about some cases where you should be covered but may not be. Who do you work for? Read More