A Few Situations When You Should Definitely Hire A Business Attorney
As a business owner, there are going to be legal issues coming up all the time. There are bound to be permits and licenses needed to start and maintain your business. There will also be contracts and agreements to be worked out and signed. Luckily, many of these things you can handle on your own if you feel comfortable doing so. However, there may come a time when you are going to need experienced legal help if you want to keep your business going.
Could A Trucking Company's Negligent Hiring Or Retention Be Putting You In Danger?
How much danger are you in, really, while on the road with a big rig? Probably more than you realize — and definitely more than you should be. The United States is experiencing a nationwide shortage of long-distance truck drivers. That’s causing some transport companies to “look the other way” when drivers have problems that should keep them off the road. Here are some important things that you should know.
Field Sobriety Tests – Do They Really Uncover Intoxication?
Field sobriety tests have long been used by law enforcement to assist them with gauging a driver’s ability to safely drive their vehicles. Unfortunately, the tests aren’t always accurate – if the tests are given improperly or the driver has other conditions that could prevent them from being physically able to complete the tests, the results could be skewed. The three tests most commonly used are the One Leg Stand, Walk and Turn, and Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN).
Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer? Here Are 3 Important Things To Ask During Your Consultation
Now that you’ve decided to hire a personal injury lawyer, you’re likely preparing for a consultation appointment with a prospective representative. Here are a few important questions to add to your own list that will help ensure you’re choosing the right lawyer: What Is Your Track Record? It’s not enough to find out how many personal injury cases a prospective lawyer has won in order to determine if they’ll be able to meet your needs in the long run.
3 Tips For Choosing A Lawyer
Whether you are getting a divorce, have been accused of a crime, are buying a house, or need legal counsel for another reason, finding the right lawyer for your needs is very important. However it’s important to note that when it comes to lawyers there is no one size fits all option. With over 1.3 million lawyers practicing in the US, finding the right one to handle your legal issues can be a challenge.
Why You May Want To Pay For Real Time Court Reporting Services
If you are getting ready to move forward with a legal battle, it is very important to make sure that you have your plan figured out and ready to go. Part of that plan should be to make use of real-time court reporting services. To help you understand just how important this type of service can be to your entire case, you will want to keep reading. Records All Of The Details During A Deposition
Why You Need A Lawyer After Getting In A Car Accident
Getting into an auto accident is an ordeal you hope to never face. However, when you do get into a car accident, even if the wreck isn’t your fault, you need legal counsel to ensure the outcome of the accident is as positive for you as possible. Car accidents are expensive and difficult to go through. Here are reasons you need a lawyer after getting into a car wreck, even if the accident isn’t your fault.
Understanding Child Custody
Divorce is an emotional and difficult process for all family members involved. Determining custody of children can prove to be both difficult and confusing. For the adults, understanding the different types of child custody is important, so let’s clarify a few of the most common questions. First, what does child custody mean? There are essentially two forms of custody. The parent with legal custody is responsible for making important decisions such as their child’s welfare, education, and health.
4 Things Not To Do When Trying To Get Workers' Compensation
Being hurt at work is sure to be a scary time. You may be unsure of how you can recover and manage to pay your bills. The good news is you can file a claim for workers’ compensation that will reimburse you for your losses if you qualify. However, there are certain things you can and can’t do to help ensure you’re successful. Being aware of what not to do to receive this compensation is sure to be to your advantage.