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 

Reasons People Seek Help From A Bankruptcy Lawyer

You can call a bankruptcy lawyer anytime you want, and you should call one if you are struggling with debt. Calling a lawyer does not obligate you into anything, but it can give you the information you want and need. Here are four reasons that people call bankruptcy lawyers when they need help with their debt problems. To Learn About Debt-Relief Options The first reason people seek help from bankruptcy lawyers is to learn about the possible debt-relief options they can use. Read More 

Excessive Trucker Demands May Cause Accidents That Require A Good Lawyer To Fight

Truckers have a tough job, one that can be complicated by heavy demands that may be unreasonable. For example, a trucking company may ask that its drivers travel for much longer than is legal or safe. These demands can be very problematic and lead to accidents. In this situation, a settlement may be put forth, but it is wise to use a truck accident lawyer to fight for more money. Read More 

How a DUI Conviction Can Restrict Your Life

Incarceration is not the only thing to fear upon a DUI conviction. A DUI conviction can restrict your life in various other ways. Below are some of the common forms of restrictions judges hand to DUI convicts. 1. House Arrest A house arrest restricts your presence to your residence. You won't be able to leave your home if you are under house arrest. The court may only allow you to leave home in a few exceptional cases. Read More 

Two Tips For Proving You Were Fired For Filing A Worker’s Comp Claim

When you're injured at work, you have the right to submit a claim with worker's comp and get paid for any damages and losses you suffered. To avoid paying the claim or just to be spiteful, some employers will fire employees who file for worker's comp. This is called retaliatory termination and is completely illegal, but proving it can be very challenging. Here are a couple of things you can do to make your case and obtain the outcome you desire. Read More