Can't Afford A Divorce? Here's What You Should Do

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It's a shame when people decide to stay together solely because they can't afford to get divorced. But, there are ways around this outcome in many cases. Here are some things to consider. Get a Better Picture of Your Finances Your first stop should be a financial planner. They are going to help you put together a picture of your finances and devise a plan for making it work. It may require a little bit of adjustment at first, but the goal will be to create a several-year plan to get you to a comfortable standard of living with what assets you have after the divorce.

29 August 2017

Is My Injury Serious Enough For A Personal Injury Case?

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Personal injuries, whether seemingly serious or minor, can at times have deep consequences. Any such injury can lead to lost wages, excessive rehabilitation costs, and great emotional trauma. It also affects the finances of a person, leading to stress and anxiety. Here are some steps to take if you are injured and if you want to pursue a personal injury case. What To Do When You Are Injured If you are injured, seek medical help first!

29 August 2017

Tips For Preserving Your Case Through The Oral Discovery Phase

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If you are being sued because you caused a vehicle accident, then you will be expected to provide answers to written questions known as interrogatories and then answer oral questions in a meeting known as a deposition. Since your lawyer will type up the interrogatory answers for you, they will protect your case by responding with brief and accurate answers. However, when the day arrives for your deposition meeting, you will have to answer the questions yourself.

19 August 2017

Employer Ignoring Your Injury Claim? How To Protect Yourself

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After an injury on the job, the next course of action for most people is to reach out to their employer to notify them of the incident. This is somewhat of the easy part. The problems really come about when an employer outright denies a claim or ignores the employee. If this is a circumstance you're facing, knowing what to do can prove to be critical going forward. Create a Paper Trail

7 August 2017

Two Sides Of The Same Legal Coin: Real Estate Legal Services

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There are all kinds of legal issues in real estate. There are also two sides to this same coin too. Whether you are a buyer, a seller, or a real estate agency, you absolutely should involve a real estate lawyer. Here are some reasons why, as well as some of the more commonly provided services. Legal Sales As a real estate agent or as a buyer, you want the assurance that the property you are selling/buying is legally for sale.

28 July 2017

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Can Happen More Places Than You Think

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When you think of being at risk of sustaining a traumatic brain injury in an on the job accident, you normally think of those who are involved in hazardous environments or those who have to wear a hard hat when they are working. What you may be surprised to find is that although accidents do happen which result in severe traumatic brain injury in these types of environments, mild traumatic brain injury can also happen in places you would not think of.

24 July 2017

Mom Recently Sustain A Fall-Related Injury? 3 Steps To Getting Her Medical Costs Covered

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Recovering from a personal injury is never easy. Yet, your elderly mother may face additional challenges after her slip and fall injury such as slower healing because of her age. While you can't turn back the clock and double check her walking path, you can make sure that the responsible party does what is right by using these strategies to prepare for working with her slip and fall lawyer. Get The Facts

17 July 2017