Three Ways To Uncover Defendant Assets

When you're involved in an auto accident, your top priority is to ensure the liable party can pay for your injuries and losses. Although most claims are handled by insurance companies, sometimes it's necessary to sue the defendant directly, so it's important to check whether the person can pay before you initiate a lawsuit. Here are three things you can do to see if a defendant has enough assets to pay a court judgment. [Read More]

Strategies To Know When You're Putting Together A Car Accident Case

In 2018, the United States experienced 33, 654 fatal car wrecks. This resulted in 36,560 deaths and several injuries. If you get into a wreck, you'll need the help of an attorney that can straighten out the details of your case so you can get a sizable payment. Follow the tips below to get help with your legal needs.  Get X-rays and scans for your body to know where your injuries stand [Read More]

When Workers' Comp Benefits Are Denied: Don't Give Up The Fight

Hurt workers are entitled to be paid several valuable benefits after a work-related injury or when suffering from an occupational illness. Unfortunately, sometimes workers' comp carriers deny hurt workers the coverage they need and deserve. If you've been denied, don't give up. Take a look at the following tips to get your claim reinstated and back on track. Why Was the Claim Denied? Take a close look at the letter from your carrier to find out why the claim was denied. [Read More]

3 Questions To Ask Yourself When Modifying Your Child Custody Agreement

Have you gone through a divorce and feel that it is time to make changes to your existing child custody agreement? If so, you should ask yourself these questions before doing so. Is The Change In The Child's Best Interest? The primary thing that a judge is going to focus on with any request is if the change is in the best interest of the child. It doesn't really matter what you feel will be best as a parent since the judge wants to avoid another situation where things change and it is disruptive for the child in a negative way. [Read More]