Get Your Project Started Right With A Construction Lawyer

14 April 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Major construction projects are complex and complicated undertakings. The planning stage is critical when it comes to ensuring the success of the construction project. Many builders make the mistake of failing to hire a construction lawyer to assist with the planning process. Having a legal professional oversee your planning activities can help you avoid major delays and complications as your construction project progresses. A construction lawyer can draft contracts. It takes a lot of people to complete the construction of a large building. Read More 

Factors That Impact The Timing Of Your Worker’s Compensation Hearing

12 February 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Once you have filed a worker's compensation claim after getting hurt on the job, the next thing you will need to do is attend your hearing. Hearings are generally scheduled shortly after your injury, but the timing can be impacted in various ways. The timing of your hearing will impact when you start receiving benefits. The following are some things that can affect the timing of your worker's compensation hearing: Read More 

Social Media And Your Case: How Social Media Evidence Can Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

12 February 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

After getting injured by a negligent party, many people choose to file a lawsuit. If you are in this position, there are some things you need to be cautious about while you are going through your suit. Most importantly, you must be very careful when you use social media. Social media is a very significant portion of many people's lives, so it would not be realistic to ask clients to completely quit using it while the lawsuit is ongoing. Read More 

4 Misconceptions On Divorce Mediation

17 January 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Mediation, an alternative form of divorce with huge benefits over litigation, is poorly understood. This is unfortunate because divorce is a complicated affair, and every step you take should be based on facts and facts alone. For example, here are some of the common misconceptions people have about divorce mediation: Mediation Is the Best Option for Divorce There are different approaches you can take to divorce your spouse, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution for all couples. Read More 

Common Reasons Insurance Companies Refuse To Pay Claims And What You Can Do

12 December 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Every day, drivers across the country take a chance when they drive their vehicle onto the roadway. You never know when there is something or someone out there who can cause you to be in an accident, which is why carrying auto insurance is important. You probably fully expect the insurance company to be there for you after an accident, but this is not often the case. In fact, the insurance company will oftentimes come up with all kinds of reasons why they should not pay the claim. Read More