Suffering an injury when out running errands due to the negligence of a business isn't just painful, it is also expensive. Fortunately, the law protects you as long as you can prove that the cause of your injury could have been avoided. To this end, you will need show evidence of the actual negligence. There are several ways to achieve this, as the following examples will show: Witnesses Witnesses that have no relation to you or the business, such as other customers, can provide testimony about the situation surrounding your injury.
7 May 2018
When you put your mother or father in a nursing home, the potential for sexual assault is probably the last thing you expect to happen. Unfortunately, sexual assaults at nursing homes are far more common than most people think. It's important to remember that sexual assaults are always about power and control -- which makes the elderly easy targets. Here is what you must know to protect the senior you love.
3 April 2018
If you have a child that may require particular attention, it's likely you'll be more mindful of the way others treat your kid. Of course, you'd like to avoid any problems, but this isn't always the case when you have a child of this type. There are a variety of reasons you may need to rely on the expertise of an attorney in this area to help you and knowing what some of these are may be of great assistance to you.
20 February 2018
Are you and your spouse currently considering splitting up? Is the split a mostly amicable one, but you're still working out the details? Although you might be wanting to handle everything yourselves, you should seriously consider getting a lawyer to help you with everything, even if you're not quite ready for a divorce. Some states require a legal separation for a period of time before they'll grant you a divorce. Although the separation may not be quite as serious as a divorce, there are still a number of reasons why you might want a lawyer to help you anyway.
27 January 2018