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What Should You Know Before Pursuing a Legal Malpractice Claim?

Attorneys often encounter their clients at a low point  Whether you're seeking an attorney to finalize a divorce or fight for custody of your child, to defend yourself against a criminal charge, or to bring a lawsuit against someone who has caused you injury, you may be anxious and concerned about protecting your rights. While an attorney can help you do this, they're also human; whether due to negligence, an error in judgment, or simply having too many balls in the air, your attorney might make mistakes that can cost you your day in court. Read More 

How An Auto Accident Attorney Helps When You’ve Been Injured In A Crash

When you're in an auto accident, many things happen at once and it's easy to get overwhelmed, especially if you're hurt. You may not think clearly enough to gather the information you need such as taking photos and getting the names of witnesses. You may not even know for sure what happened to cause the accident. When there's confusion over the details, hiring an attorney could be the best way to make sure the insurance company treats you fairly. Read More 

What Substantial Gainful Activity Means When Earning Social Security

If you are afflicted with a medical condition that prevents you from working, you might be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). The rules applying this form of assistance can be complex and the application process is a difficult one, however. One problem area concerns those who begin to earn money after they have been approved for benefits. Read on to learn more about substantial gainful activity (SGA). What Is Meant by Substantial Gainful Activity? Read More 

Was Your Child Bullied into an Action That Risked Their Life? Get a Lawyer Fast

If your child was pressured into doing something on a dare and now they are in serious critical condition and either their life is on the line or their life will never be the same again, you want to contact a lawyer. Legal action may be the best option for you, especially if you know that your child was pressured, bullied, or maybe even forced to do what harmed them so badly. Read More 

When Do You Need An Attorney For Child Support?

When you get divorced or arrange custody of your children with your ex-significant other, child support is determined. Child support is the payment a non-custodial parent must make every month to help financially raise the children. The child support amount is determined by your state's guidelines and usually takes into account the incomes of both parents. While the child support arrangement is typically cut and dry and as long as payments are made there is little you have to do, there are times where a child support attorney is necessary to help make this court order run more smoothly. Read More