The Benefits Of Receiving Workers’ Compensation

If you are involved in an accident at work that results in a serious injury, you'll likely be using workers' compensation to pay for your medical treatment. Here is what you need to know about the payments you'll receive when using workers' compensation.  Paid Medical Bills Since your employer will be using workers' compensation to pay for your medical bills, you likely will not be allowed to see your own doctor. Read More 

Car Accident Claims: Can You Sue The At-Fault Driver In A No-Fault State?

In most states, car accident victims can sue the at-fault driver for damages such as property damage, medical costs, pain and suffering, and wrongful death. However, in no-fault states, the law is slightly different. Drivers in no-fault states carry no-fault insurance. Therefore, if you get injured in an accident, your insurance company should pay for the damages. However, sometimes you can sue the at-fault driver and recover damages. Below are some factors that determine the success of your lawsuit. Read More 

Suing A Mortgage Lender

Making it to the point of homeownership is something that many people look forward to, but it often comes with the need to get a loan. Although it is common for home loan lenders to handle their business in a professional manner, there are also incidents in which homeowners are not treated fairly. For example, if a lender doesn't keep accurate records of their borrowers, it can lead them not taking notes or making a file when a customer makes a payment on a loan. Read More 

How Your Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help You Prepare For Your Trial

In many cases, personal injury cases never go to trial. After all, many personal injury attorneys work with insurance companies to come to an agreement of some sort, and many attorneys are able to help their clients get a settlement without ever having to go to trial. However, there are some cases when it's critical for a personal injury lawyer to take a case to trial. The insurance company might not agree to a settlement, for example, or the settlement that is offered might not be high enough to cover a client's accident-related expenses. Read More 

Why Your Attorney Will Ask So Many Questions During Your Bankruptcy Consultation

If you meet with a bankruptcy attorney for a consultation, you should probably expect them to ask you a lot of questions. These are a few reasons why your attorney will probably ask you so many questions during this time. They Can Help You Determine if You Should File Bankruptcy Just because you are going in to meet with a bankruptcy attorney does not mean that bankruptcy is your only option or that you should file bankruptcy. Read More