If you have been injured due to the negligence of another, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your pain and suffering. It’s estimated that only about 5% (or one in twenty) personal injury cases go to trial. In order to mount a successful personal injury case in court, your attorney will need to prove that someone else was at fault for the accident that caused your injury.
Here are two things you need to know about proving fault in a personal injury trial case in order to ensure that you will be able to prove you are entitled to financial compensation for your injuries. Read More»
If your unfaithful spouse repeatedly cheats on you, you may file for divorce under the grounds of infidelity. But if your spouse denies any wrongdoing and contests the divorce, a family court judge may not grant your divorce. The only way to end your marriage is to hire a family law attorney and provide substantial proof of your spouse’s infidelity. To obtain proof of your spouse’s infidelity, the family law attorney can take advantage of social media. Read More»
If you slip on an unmarked or obstructed wet tiled floor at a local food market, you may think that it’s the store’s fault for your accident. But if the store manager refuses to take responsibility for your accident, because they say you didn’t pay attention, contact a slip and fall attorney. Slip and fall accident cases can be tricky to win, because attorneys must prove that it isn’t their clients’ fault for their accidents. Read More»
Personal injury lawsuits are becoming incredibly common. You may have seen someone you know file a personal injury lawsuit and have a positive outcome, and you might be wondering if filing a lawsuit is something right for you. Although you may have been in an accident, that doesn’t mean that you have a good case. Here are some things that you need in order to have a good personal injury lawsuit. Read More»
If you are pulled over by a law enforcement officer who suspects you may be under the influence of alcohol, you will likely be asked to take one or more field sobriety tests. These are physical exercises designed to be easy to do when sober, but much more difficult when you are intoxicated. Should you take them, and if you fail, what happens next?
What Types of Field Sobriety Tests Exist? Read More»