Legal Guide

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How to Start a Divorce in California Without an Attorney

            Navigating the divorce process in California without an attorney representing you can be a scary thought. This article will grant you the peace of mind and knowledge that you will need to initiate the divorce process. Your first step will be figuring out which county to file your divorce paperwork. In order for a court to have... ❯❯❯

What is a fair settlement for pain and suffering?

If you’ve been injured in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation for the costs of your medical bills, prescription meds, physical therapy, property damage, lost wages, etc. Well, that’s great, but an insurance company paying you back for your expenses isn’t quite the same as if you had never been involved in an accident? What about the physical pain you’ve... ❯❯❯

How Do I Know if My Case Can Be a Personal Injury Claim?

Have you been injured in an accident in the state of Florida? If you have, you may be entitled to compensation from an insurance company. There are several different personal injury categories. The way you were injured, the severity of your injuries, and the circumstances under which you were hurt will determine if you have a personal injury claim. Car Accidents Getting injured in a car... ❯❯❯

Legal Do's And Don'ts After an Auto Accident

Statistics show that approximately 6 million auto accidents happen in the US each and every year. Some are relatively minor, causing only minimal damages and injuries to those involved, while others can be far more serious, leaving cars totaled and people with life-altering injuries to deal with for the rest of their lives, and many even cause fatalities too. Driving safely and following the... ❯❯❯

Tips and tricks for a successful contract review

Tips and tricks for a successful contract review The Guinness Brewery in Dublin is one of the best, old-age cautionary tales about contracts. It sits in a prime location in one of the most expensive cities in Europe, yet they only pay £45 per year. This is because a wise Arthur Guinness signed a 9000,-year contract that won’t fall due for renewal until 10,759. Contracts are the... ❯❯❯

Why you need a St. Louis personal injury lawyer

If you’ve been injured as a result of a preventable incident in the St. Louis area, a personal injury lawyer can help you navigate the legal system and file a successful personal injury claim to preserve your financial future. When you hire a St. Louis personal injury lawyer with Langdon & Emison, you’ll have access to our 30 years of local experience representing people who have... ❯❯❯

5 benefits of hiring a Kansas City personal injury lawyer

A successful Kansas City personal injury claim usually begins by reaching out to a qualified personal injury lawyer. In Kansas City, there’s no better team of personal injury attorneys at Langdon & Emison. With 30 years of experience and $1 billion secured through verdicts and settlements, Kansas City trusts us to handle their personal injury claims.   Here are 5 reasons why... ❯❯❯

Car Accident Lawyers in Chicago: What to know while traveling

If you’ve been in a car accident while traveling in Chicago, the team and Langdon & Emison can make sure your case is handled promptly and fairly. Car accidents in Chicago happen every day. In 2018 alone there were nearly 99,000 accidents within the city. Motorists who are not familiar with Illinois driving laws will likely have questions regarding their options and accident claims. ... ❯❯❯

Lying on Your Resume: Is It a Crime to Lie on Your Resume?

Many of us have told white lies at least a few times in our lives. These are trivial lies that are meant to be harmless after all. However, you might want to think things over if you’re looking into adding some lies on your resume. Is it a crime to lie on your resume? Will it even get you in trouble? Even some of the world’s largest corporations fell victim to resume liars. Reports... ❯❯❯

Topic: Understanding Human Rights Violations and Discrimination at Workplace

Employers in Canada have a legal obligation to ensure that the workplace is safe for everyone and no form of discrimination or violation of Human Rights is to be tolerated. Employers should promote a safe, healthy working environment that promotes equal opportunities for all. It is appalling to see that even in the 21st century, workplaces are riddled with discriminatory practices. A study... ❯❯❯