Suing a Court-Appointed Guardian Ad Litem: How It Affects Your Custody Case
8 September 2015
If you are in the midst of a custody battle with your former spouse, you probably have been assigned a guardian ad litem, or GAL, to represent the interests of the children. If you disagree with the GAL's investigation, findings, and recommendation, you can request an appeal. You may also be able to sue him or her, but there are some definitive issues in doing so.
Conflict of Interest
Despite your disagreements with the GAL and your desire to pursue civil litigation against him or her, there is one major problem.
How An Attorney Can Help After You've Been Severely Injured In An Auto Accident
18 August 2015
If you're recovering in the hospital from an auto accident, you are probably overwhelmed with worry about your health, future, and finances. If you face huge medical bills and will be unable to work for a long time, it's in your best interest to talk to attorneys like Lynn Jackson Shultz & Lebrun PC and find out your options. If the accident was the fault of someone else, you may be able to pursue a personal injury case.
Can You File A Personal Injury Claim Against The Government?
4 August 2015
When you are involved in an accident and the government is at fault, recovering compensation might not be as easy as you think. The government has certain rules and protections that can make your case more difficult than it would be against a civilian. Before taking any actions, here is what you need to know about a claim against the government.
What Do You Need to Do Before Filing a Claim?
If You're Unlucky Enough To Get Hurt In A Personal Injury Case... Hope It Happens In Arizona!
21 July 2015
The state of Arizona believes in fair and reasonable compensation for plaintiffs in personal injury cases, as evidenced by its personal injury statutes. Some states have limits on the amount of money that can be awarded in a personal injury case, commonly called a damage cap, but Arizona does not have any such cap. The state allows injured persons to file for compensation for any injury that was caused by another individual or entity, and it recognizes that the injury may have far-reaching financial implications for the victim and their family.