Going Through A Divorce? Here's What To Expect In Court

While going through a divorce isn't the most exciting time in your life, it happens more often than you might think. Just about every divorce case requires you to go to court at least once during the process. Even though you shouldn't worry too much about the hearing, you still want to make sure you are properly prepared beforehand. Consider some of the following information to ensure your court hearing goes by as smoothly and effortlessly as possible. [Read More]

Pulled Over? Why You Should Probably Decline To Take A Field Sobriety Test

What happens if you're on your way home after a New Year's Eve party and you're stopped by a police officer on the suspicion that you're driving while intoxicated? More than likely, the officer will ask you to take what is called a Field Sobriety Test (FST). Should you agree? What happens if you don't? Here's what you should know. A No-Win Situation If an officer pulls you over, he or she already suspects that you've been drinking. [Read More]

Compensation Ideas And Negotiations For Accident Victims

If you've been involved in an accident and it wasn't your fault, the battle for compensation may still be too difficult to manage alone. Your opponent won't give you suggestions on how to enhance your life with as much of their money as possible, so you'll need to understand your life needs before accepting any offers. With a few considerations for settlement negotiations, you can avoid low bid traps and misleading offers while keeping the door open for more opportunities: [Read More]

Injured In A Slip And Fall? 3 Facts You Should Know Before Filing A Claim

Were you recently injured in a slip and fall accident? If so, you may be able to collect compensation for your injuries by filing a personal injury claim. However, you should know that not all slip and fall accidents will result in a viable injury claim. This is because there are three basic facts that must be present in order for you to successfully collect compensation. These facts are that it an individual or company is legally liable for your accident, that your assumption of risk was reasonable, and that you suffered real damages as a result of your accident. [Read More]