Strategies Your Lawyer Can Use To Win Your OVI Case

Posted on: 21 February 2023

If you've been charged with an OVI (Operating a Vehicle Impaired), your best chance at winning is to work with an experienced lawyer. There are several strategies your lawyer can use to help you win your case, depending on the circumstances. Here are a few of the most effective strategies your lawyer may employ. Challenge the Initial Stop  Challenging the initial stop can be an effective strategy used by a lawyer when representing you in court.
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Should You Get An Accident Attorney After Your Car Wreck?

Posted on: 23 January 2023

If you have been in a car accident, then you need to consider getting an accident attorney. While many people get these types of attorneys when they are worried about their own injuries, sometimes it's worth it to think about an attorney when you have simply been in a wreck that resulted in a lot of damage or someone else has been injured. Even if you aren't to blame for your car accident, you may want to get legal help to make sure the outcome of your case is favorable and doesn't cause you lots of financial and legal distress.
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Comparing Lump Sum Vs. Structured Payment For Workers Compensation Settlement

Posted on: 21 December 2022

Workers' compensation disputes may take a long time, and accepting a settlement shortens the process and ends your case in good time. Additionally, accepting a settlement eliminates the risk and uncertainty that is inherent with a court trial, where you may even end up with nothing. Having a worker's compensation attorney in your corner will ensure you enjoy all these advantages of settling your case. Types of Payments In addition to negotiating the best possible deal, a worker's compensation attorney can counsel you on whether to accept the negotiated amount as a lump sum or as structured payments.
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What Sways The Judge's Opinion In A Child Custody Order?

Posted on: 28 November 2022

Child custody can be one of separation and divorce's most emotionally driven challenges. Even though you both claim you have the child's best interest at heart, there are usually numerous points of contention regarding custody. If you cannot create a child custody arrangement outside of court, here are a few factors most judges consider.  Current Living Arrangements  Separation and divorce can be tumultuous times for children, regardless of age. Not only are there changes in their immediate household makeup, but the separation can cause changes in other areas of their lives.
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