When You’ve Been Sued: What To Know

Being the recipient of a lawsuit can be incredibly stressful. Just trying to read the legalese in the documents can be frustrating and confusing. Your first priority when you are sued is to get some legal help on your side. You will need a personal injury lawyer to help you fight against the allegations in the suit. In the meantime, it might be helpful to know what you will be facing as the legal process moves forward, so read on to find out. Read More 

Three Reasons Why You Should Hire A Long Term Disability Lawyer BEFORE You File A Disability Claim

A long term disability is one that is expected to last more than a few years and possibly the rest of your life. You want to be sure that your finances are well-managed for the coming years ahead, and if you cannot work, you need to file for long term disability benefits (through your employer, if applicable, and possibly through the Social Security Administration). However, you should hire a disability attorney before you file a claim. Read More 

4 Tips To Help Your Divorce Go Smoother When Your Spouse Is A Narcissist

Getting divorced is never typically an easy event to go through, but it can be even harder when your spouse is a narcissist. Living with a narcissist is difficult, and a person with this type of personality can make it even harder when you try to get divorced. If this is the case, here are four tips to help you get through your divorce easier and more smoothly. Understand the key principles of narcissistic personalities Read More 

Who Should Pay For Medical Malpractice?

When you or a loved one enters a medical facility, it is usually accompanied by the hope and expectations of being helped for a medical condition. Most people never imagine that they could end up in even worse shape as a result of a medical facility or a doctor, but it happens every day, nevertheless. The field of medical science has made amazing advancements in which people are living longer and are in better health than ever before. Read More 

Can You Afford Your Loved One’s Bail?

It's the phone call no one wants to receive. Getting your loved one or friend released from incarceration is important and bail is probably the only means to do so. Bail, unfortunately, can cost a lot of money. Since the amount is based on the seriousness of the crime and the defendant's record, the amount can vary but it is often several thousand dollars. Read on find out how you can help your loved one even if you don't have enough money to pay the bail. Read More