Are You Being Deposed? Understanding Personal Injury Depositions

Posted on: 31 December 2017

If you've been injured by a careless driver, you may find yourself filing suit. The personal injury process can be a bit confusing and long, but it will be worth the wait when you get the compensation that you need and deserve. The weeks leading up to your day(s) in court may be unexpectedly filled with events and activities that catch you by surprise, unless you are prepared. Read on to learn about the discovery process and about the deposition in particular.
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The Importance Of Having An Attorney When Going Through A Divorce

Posted on: 20 November 2017

For some people, going through a divorce can be the start of an upheaval that impacts every area of their life. You may have to relocate, find someone to care for your children and make a number of other changes that can leave you feeling topsy-turvy. If you're currently in this situation you need to take whatever measures are necessary to ensure that you protect yourself as best as you can.
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Tips To Remember When Getting Dressed For A Consultation With Your Lawyer

Posted on: 27 October 2017

If you are going to be meeting with your lawyer soon to talk about your legal case, you could be wondering what you should wear for the occasion. These are a few tips that can help you dress properly for your consultation. You'll Want to Be Comfortable When you head to your lawyer's office, you may have to wait for a few minutes before you are able to meet with him or her.
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Suing A Minor That Bullied Your Teenager

Posted on: 14 March 2017

Peer pressure and bullying can make the teenage years one of the most difficult phases to go through in life. If you have a teenager that has become too depressed to continue going to school because he or she was being bullied, you might be able to file a lawsuit. You can also sue if your teen has suffered any physical injuries as a result of the bullying. You will first need to hire a personal injury attorney to find out how to go about getting justice when the bully is a minor.
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