Domestic Violence Charges Have Harsh Penalties

Domestic violence charges are very serious. If you are facing such charges, you may have a lot of questions about the potential consequences you may face. The penalties vary from case to case, but your criminal defense attorney may have a specific idea. If you are unsure about your state's criminal laws surrounding domestic violence, this is what you need to know. Is Your Case a Felony or a Misdemeanor? Read More 

What Are The Most Important Things To Focus On When Filing A Long-Term Disability Claim?

If you are disabled because of an illness or injury, you might be planning on filing a long-term disability claim. After all, if you have a disability that is going to prevent you from being able to work again for a long time—or if you are afraid that you will never be able to work again because of your disability—then you might be worried about how you are going to support yourself in the coming months and years. Read More 

How You Can Help Strengthen Your Defense In A Criminal Case

If you have been arrested and charged with any criminal offense, it is important for you to begin searching for a criminal defense attorney as soon as you are released. Since criminal offenses can have strict sentences, such as prison time or large fines, if a person is convicted in a court of law, the last thing that you want to do is show up in court and attempt to defend yourself. Read More 

Does Bad Weather Rule Out A Car Accident Claim?

One of the biggest fears that people have before they speak with a car accident lawyer is that their claims will be rejected because there was bad weather during the incident. Although terrible weather during an accident is one argument a defendant might make, that defense has to hold up to legal scrutiny. Here are three factors a car accident attorney will examine when considering how weather fits into a case. Read More 

When To Establish A Clear Title Through Quiet Title Action

Having a "clear title" to any piece of real property is vital for owners or potential buyers. A clear title is key to getting a mortgage, avoiding lien holder issues, and eventually selling the property yourself. But not all titles are free of controversy. In some situations, you may need to establish the title and thus prove that you are the legal owner of the property. This is done through a quiet title action. Read More