If you made mistakes as a teenager that could potentially hurt your career as an adult, learn from my family's experience on how to help with that situation.

Medical, Psychological, And Financial Consequences Of A Traumatic Amputation

30 September 2019
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One of the most extreme examples of a catastrophic injury is a limb amputation. Despite the gravity of a traumatic amputation injury, your insurance company may make an attempt to minimize your pain and suffering when you file a claim. A catastrophic injuries lawyer offers you the experience you need to pursue your legal rights so that you get the compensation you deserve after your amputation. Here are some of the most common emotional and financial consequences of an amputation injury. Read More …

What Are Extenuating Circumstances?

22 April 2019
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In presenting a defense regarding a criminal complaint, the simplest approach is usually to prove that the alleged offenses didn't happen or that the defendant isn't the person who did them. Some cases, however, call for a different tack because there's no basis for the defendant to claim complete innocence. Even in situations where you might have done something bad, there's usually more to the story than that. In the parlance of a criminal law attorney, these other factors that explain what happened are called extenuating circumstances. Read More …

Personal Injury Interrogatories: What To Know

8 October 2018
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If you are the victim of carelessness or negligence, you are entitled to be paid money damages. The civil procedure sets out guidelines that allow victims to follow a path to compensation. Likewise, a civil procedure allows the defendant an equal opportunity to prove that they were not responsible for your injuries. Once you and your personal injury attorney take legal action and file suit, a process is put in motion. Read More …

Suing A Close Friend Due To Injuries? Don’t Ruin Your Case With These Improper Actions

29 July 2018
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Most people count on close friends when bad things happen. However, when a close friend is the one at fault for an event that's left you with cuts, broken bones, or more serious injuries, it's hard to know what your next steps are. In fact, because someone you trusted is responsible for injuries you're dealing with, you're probably more likely to commit the following misdeeds even after you've decided to sue. Read More …

5 Signs You Should Fight Your DUI Charge

26 April 2018
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If you are currently waiting to go to court for a DUI charge, you might not be sure of how you should proceed. You could be thinking about going to court and pleading guilty, but many people are better off fighting their charges. These are a few signs that you should fight your DUI charge. 1. You Drive for a Living If you are someone who drives for a living, whether you're a long distance truck driver or someone who delivers pizzas, then you probably know how much your life will be affected if you are convicted of a DUI. Read More …

About Me
teenage mistakes that could ruin adult careers

My son has had the goal of becoming an attorney since he was about 14 years old. Unfortunately, he made a very poor decision with a group of friends when he was 16 that put his future plans in jeopardy. When my son told me what had happened and we received the citation, I knew that we had to hire an attorney to help him through this. I could not see how a small incident such as this should hurt his chances for success when he is an adult. Thankfully, things worked out for us, but it was a long journey which you can follow on our blog.