Upon sustaining any sort of injury in which you believe someone else to be at fault or negligent, an appropriate course of action to pursue is seeking the advice of a personal injury attorney. When you meet in person with those you're considering hiring, the discussion will focus on the various elements of your case, but should also gravitate toward the attorney's education, years in practice and experience with cases similar to yours.
A sudden injury on the job can keep you from working for weeks or months. Protect your income by filing your compensation claim correctly the first time. Get help from a workers compensation lawyer to make sure that you get the maximum benefit for your claim. Any delays in filing or mistakes in the claim application will keep you waiting for money to pay your bills. Here is how to make sure your claim is done right the first time.
Did your neighbor build a fence or some other structure on his or her property simply to annoy you? Those "spite" fences or structures can be an eyesore, so can you sue to get them removed? This is what you should know.
1.) Spite structures are nothing new. People build fences and buildings all the time with the complete intention of annoying or frustrating neighbors they don't like. Sometimes the whole purpose of the fence is to block your previously-pleasant view of the surroundings.
You may be told many things after you have been bitten by a dog, but it is only the law that counts. There are many circumstances where you may be told that it was your fault or partly your fault, and you need not bother with an attorney. But you should ignore the talk, and consult with a personal injury attorney. Dog owners are often held legally responsible for injuries caused by their dogs, even when they don't believe they were at fault.
If you haven't prepared a will, it's time to sit down with an attorney to prepare this critical document. Even if you believe that you don't have a lot of assets, you may be worth more than you think you are. If you die without a will, your assets are automatically distributed to heirs determined by a set of rules followed by the probate court. If you have people in your life you want to inherit some of your money, or others you specifically want to leave out of your will, it's important to make your wishes known through the creation of a will.