Why You Should Hire An Attorney To Defend You After Being Arrested For Drunk Driving

Posted on: 26 September 2019

Drunk driving charges are serious and should be taken as such. You do not want to take such charges lightly, and you will want to make sure that you have an attorney by your side throughout your entire case. Too many people make the mistake of assuming that this a legal matter that they can handle on their own. However, with so much on the line, such as your freedom, you will want to let a drunk driving attorney assist you.
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Ways To Increase The Likelihood Of Having Your Workers' Comp Claim Approved

Posted on: 22 July 2019

When you are injured at work, you certainly deserve compensation. Unfortunately, a lot of people end up having their claims denied, which results in them not getting the money they need to live comfortably. You can appeal a denied workers' comp claim, but that takes time, and while you're waiting and hoping that your appeal will be approved, you may struggle to pay your bills. So you really want to do everything possible to ensure your workers' comp claim is approved the first time.
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Factors That Determine The Multiplier For Personal Injury Damages

Posted on: 14 May 2019

If you are pursuing a personal injury case, you have or will soon hear of the "multiplier." The multiplier is a figure that you multiply with your special damages (actual damages) to get the total damages that include the pain and suffering. Multipliers range from 1.5 to 5, though they can sometimes go as high as 6 or 7. The following are some of the factors that determine the multiplier for a personal injury case.
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3 Reasons To Hire An Attorney When Defending Against An Automotive Accident Case

Posted on: 13 April 2019

If you're involved in an accident on the road, the other driver may feel like you're responsible. If they are trying to pursue legal action against you, hire a personal injury defense attorney. They can help you through this legal defense process in the following ways.  Collect Tangible Evidence  If you want to look favorably in court and thus get off all charges, you need tangible proof showing that you didn't cause the auto accident.
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