Legal Guide

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A Legal Guide on the Main Types of Personal Injury Cases

If you've recently had an accident, you may wonder if it's appropriate to hire a personal injury attorney. According to the CDC, about 175,000 Americans experience unintentional injuries every year. Not all of these are candidates for a personal injury lawsuit, so you need to do a bit of research to figure out whether your injury qualifies or not. In this post, we will help you out by telling... ❯❯❯

What You Should Consider When Looking for an Immigration Lawyer

Source-Pixabay A recent study found that nearly 258 million people are currently living outside the country they were born in. For some, moving to a new country is something they do to get a fresh start and experience a new culture. Whether you want to move to Spain, the United States, or the United Kingdom, handling the immigration process the right way is a must. Most countries have very... ❯❯❯

What Is the Maximum Fine for Driving without Insurance in the UK

Main aspects of car insurance in UK You should never drive without insurance. Despite this, about a million uninsured drivers on Britain's roads and 6,000 prosecutions are brought for possession of an uninsured vehicle each month. There is a national motor insurance database where each registered policy is listed. If you are stopped by the police or receive a notice in the post and your policy... ❯❯❯

How a Personal Injury Lawyer Evaluates an Injury Claim

How you evaluate a personal injury claim depends partly upon the seat at the table you occupy. Personal injury attorneys assess claims based on their experience and perceptions. Insurance companies evaluate claims from a somewhat different perspective. Some insurers rely upon computer models. Deciding whether to accept a personal injury case, some components are essential for lawyers to determine... ❯❯❯

What is Shared Custody in a Divorce?

The term “shared custody” refers to the sharing of custody of a minor child or children between parents who are legally separated or divorced. Parents can work out their own custody arrangement. They can submit this agreement to a judge, who will issue it as a court order. When parents cannot agree on a custody arrangement, the judge may send them to a mediator. If the parties cannot... ❯❯❯

What You Need To Know About The Lemon Law

Purchasing a new car feels great. It is one decisive step that raises your standard and eases mobility. Also, you do not have to worry about incurring some costs in case of malfunctioning. The new car comes with a warranty. If it develops some problems, you can take it back to the dealer. The dealer will fix the issue without asking for extra charges. However, some issues are not noticeable... ❯❯❯

How a DUI Can Affect Your Citizenship Application

A DUI conviction can affect your ability to become a citizen. The consequences of a DUI can be serious, not just for you but also for your family. Even if your DUI occurred many years ago, it could still affect your citizenship application. The process of becoming a citizen is long and complicated. A single mistake on your citizenship application can lead to delays and other complications. You... ❯❯❯

Dealing With the Consequences of a Loved One’s Traumatic Death or Catastrophic Injury May Require Turning to the Civil Justice System

The following is adapted from Unthinkable by J. Kyle Bachus. The financial and emotional consequences of a loved one’s traumatic death or catastrophic injury, particularly when someone else is to blame, are huge. So many expenses, so much turmoil, so much anguish—and all because somebody else made a decision that caused them great harm. You may imagine, in instances like this, that... ❯❯❯

Effective Litigation: From Personal Injury to Employment Law

Personal injury law is a complex and ever-evolving area of the law but is one that places like can help you with. Every personal injury case is unique, and the facts of each case must be carefully examined to determine the best course of action. In this article, we will explore some of the basics of personal injury law, including what constitutes a personal injury claim and how... ❯❯❯

Conveyancing Process For Sellers

There are many things involved when selling property in the UK. One of these steps includes filing all the legal documents and commenting on the transactions for the transfer of ownership.   If you’re buying or selling property in the UK for the first time, there is a lot you should know. In this simple guide, you will familiarize yourself with all the steps involved when selling... ❯❯❯