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5 Things You Should Know Before Hiring an Attorney

Hiring a lawyer is a part of becoming an adult. Whether you are a businessman or just a simple employee who has gotten himself into trouble, lawyers can help you deal with it. Although there are several legal matters in which you don’t need an attorney, there will be instances where a legal representative on your side will be of great help. This can include divorce, injuries, losing a job, breach... ❯❯❯

4 Things to Consider Before Signing a Personal Injury Lawyer

4 Things to Consider Before Signing a Personal Injury LawyerAccidents happen unannounced and they can happen to anyone. People get injured in accidents all the time but sometimes the injury can be severe and if the person was not at fault, they could end up feeling even more stressed. If you have been in an accident in which you receive a serious injury because a drunk or careless driver hit you then you could be looking at serious medical expenses. It is... ❯❯❯

Is My Inheritance Marital Property in Illinois?

Do I have to share my inheritance?  Generally, money, gifts and other property items are given to named individuals by way of a will or a trust.  This type of property is rarely given to couples to share.   Cuts down on a lot of legal confusion.  With that being said, all inheritance property, whether acquired during the marriage or not, is non-marital property. It is solely the property of the... ❯❯❯

5 Major Mistakes A Lawyer Begins To Conduct Criminal Cases

A little over a month ago, we asked the representatives of the lawyer community the question: "What mistakes did you make at the beginning of your lawyer career and how did you fix them?" Thanks to the answers we received, we were able to collect and summarize information that, it seems, will be useful not only to novice criminal defense counsel but also to experienced lawyers at the ladan law... ❯❯❯

Why Do Personal Injury Lawsuits Take So Long?

Why Do Personal Injury Lawsuits Take So Long?When you suffer a personal injury, your main concerns will be about recovering from the injury, paying for the medical bills, worrying about lost wages from missing work, and making sure that the party responsible for your injury—called the defendant—is held accountable. A personal injury lawsuit can take care of all of those concerns except for your recovery, of course. A lawsuit can help you... ❯❯❯

What is the Average Payout for A Whiplash Injury?

What is the Average Payout for A Whiplash Injury?Whiplash is one of the most common car accident injury types. Even moderate whiplash will have an effect on the injured person’s neck and back for days, weeks, or even years. If you’ve been suffering from the pain of your injury, then you will want to get the maximum amount in damages to cover not only your medical bills, but any lost wages, and damages for your pain and suffering. Depending on... ❯❯❯

Can The Police Legally Search Me or My Property For Drugs?

Can The Police Legally Search Me or My Property For Drugs?Individual freedom is the backbone of the United States constitution. However, many citizens are surprised to learn that there are limits to their freedom and privacy. Though there are many instances of illegal search and seizures conducted by police officers, there are also plenty of methods that they can deploy to conduct a legal search for weapons or drugs. As a citizen, it is important to... ❯❯❯

3 Things You Should Look For In A Criminal Lawyer

Choosing a good lawyer can be a very nerve-wracking experience. Life is a series of events, and you never know when everything is going to turn against you. All it takes is one bad decision, and you can find yourself in a shit ton of trouble. In moments like these, choosing a lawyer becomes as important as choosing a career. Your whole future lies on this one small decision, and if you are not... ❯❯❯

What is a Mechanic Lien?

A mechanic's lien (also known as a "material men," material suppliers' lien) is a method used by contractors or other people employed to improve real estate to ensure that owners of the enhanced property pay for those services and materials. If the property owner does not pay for services or materials, the mechanic (or any service that provides a service) may initiate proceedings in court to... ❯❯❯

7 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Truck Accident Attorney

Georgia is not a new face when it comes to truck accident cases. In a way to add proof to this statement, the Georgia Truck Accident statistics show that the number of trucks involved in the road crashes is 110,000 with 145,000 fatalities in 2016, and I bet this number must have gone up the charts in the following years.  Covington especially being a commercial truck paradise, road accidents are... ❯❯❯

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