Two Signs That You May Need A Probate Attorney

If you've been named the executor of the estate for a person who is deceased, you may be a bit confused about the process ahead of you.  Although the distribution of an estate through a will is typically painted as a pretty straightforward process in the movies, it's not always as simple in real life.  That's why it may be in your best interest to hire a probate attorney.  Use this information to learn two signs that you should get a probate lawyer on your side as soon as possible. Read More 

Vehicle Recalls & Car Accidents: 3 Ways That Communications Can Affect Your Case

When vehicles are recalled for specific repairs, it is typically done for the safety of drivers and traffic. Sometimes, these recall announcements may not have been announced in time to prevent a car accident. If you've been involved in a car accident because of a vehicle recall issue, then it's important to break down the details of the case. A car accident or personal injury attorney will often look to various forms of communication to see if you were improperly informed about the recall details. Read More 

Three Ways A DUI Conviction Can Affect Your Future

You probably already know how a DUI conviction can affect you in the short term — license suspension, fines, and possible jail time — but have you taken the time to consider how being convicted of a DUI can affect your future? Not many people do. The fact is, you can lose a lot more than your driver's license if you're convicted of driving under the influence. Learn how your future can be affected if you're convicted of a DUI. Read More 

Personal Injury: 3 Tips To Help You Settle With Insurance

If you're in the midst of personal injury negotiations with the insurance company, you may be wondering what you can do to improve your chances of receiving the compensation you deserve. If you're serious about receiving compensation for your injuries, consider the three tips below. Know What Your Injury Case is Worth An insurance company may offer you a low settlement amount in the beginning because they likely assume you don't understand how personal injury cases are valued. Read More 

Teens And Auto Accidents: Prevention

2,163 American teens were killed in car accidents in 2013. In fact, teens aged 16 - 19 are three times more likely to get into an accident than people in any other age group. In order to prevent these numbers from getting any higher, there are certain things that you can do to help prevent the teens in our lives getting into an accident.  Preventing Teen Accidents 75% of teen crashes are due to critical errors on the part of the teen. Read More