Has Your Loved One Passed Away While Under Doctor's Care? When To Hire A Wrongful Death Attorney

Posted on: 28 January 2020

It's never easy to lose a loved one. The loss leaves a gaping hole in your heart and you may wonder how you'll ever be able to get back to enjoying your journey without that person by your side. If the individual was sick and you expected their death the situation might be a little easier to bear. However, what happens if your friend or family member dies under suspicious circumstances? [Read More]

Tips For Startups: What Your First Employment Contracts Should Include

Posted on: 28 January 2020

Contracts are often considered the backbone of the business world. They govern everything from your relationships with your business partners to your rights when dealing with suppliers and distributors. Eventually, they're likely to govern your relationship with your employees as well. While you may have started your small business with only one or two people, your enterprise is growing. It's time to hire some key employees, and that means you need to have employment contracts in place. [Read More]

Three Times When You Should Definitely Call An Attorney Right After A Car Accident

Posted on: 24 January 2020

Not every car accident is an occasion to call a lawyer. Sometimes you get in a crash, call your insurance company, and everything gets covered. But sometimes, things are not nearly that simple. It's best to know right away whether you've been in a simple car accident that will be resolved quickly, or whether the situation is about to become more complicated and require the input of an attorney. Here are three times when you really should call an attorney after an accident. [Read More]

Steps To Take If You Are Injured In A Boating Accident

Posted on: 22 January 2020

Spending a day out on the water in a boat is usually an enjoyable experience. However, boating accidents can happen, and in some cases, a boating accident can cause injuries to the passengers on board. If you are injured in a boating accident, it is important to know what to do and how to react. Making a mistake can make the entire situation more difficult, and you may not receive the settlement that you deserve. [Read More]