3 Questions You Shoud Ask Your Attorney After Your 3RD DUI In Florida

If you have two previous convictions for drinking while driving or similar charges and have recently been arrested for the same charge again, it is essential for you to obtain immediate and qualified legal representation. Unfortunately, the state of Florida is known to take this type of situation very seriously and you could be looking at spending some time in jail or prison. Therefore, before speaking with law enforcement or going to court, you should consider the following tips. [Read More]

FAQs About Receiving Medical Treatment From A Workers' Comp Claim

A major part of workers' compensation is receiving medical care. Ideally, your employer's insurance company will cover the costs associated with your medical bills. However, this does not always happen. If you were injured on the job and need medical care, here is what you need to know.  Who Chooses the Medical Care Provider? Who has the power to select the medical care provider that treats your injuries depends on your state's laws. [Read More]

What To Do When Faced With A Closing Issue

Closing means you're near the finish line, but unfortunately, just because you're closing doesn't mean the deal is sealed. There are a number of frustrating issues that can arise during this process. Even with this being said, make sure you understand that you still have legal rights. When presented with a challenge during closing, make sure you know what to do.   Title Issues Before the deal is complete, the buyer is typically required to perform a title search. [Read More]

How To Know If Bankruptcy Is Right For You

There are times when people try to get out of debt on their own but are not successful. If this sounds familiar to you, it might be worthwhile to look into filing for bankruptcy. To begin this process, you should visit a lawyer that specializes in this subject, and he or she will be able to help you find out if this is the right option. When Bankruptcy Is A Good Option [Read More]