Passenger Injuries And Lawsuits: 3 Factors That Influence These Cases
28 January 2016
People who are injured in an accident often have the right to sue the at-fault driver for damages. This is especially true in cases involving reckless driving. Speeding, disregarding traffic laws, and driving while under the influence are all examples of reckless driving. If you're a passenger in a car that is involved in an accident where the driver of the other car is at fault, you can sue the other driver.
Who Gets The House In A Divorce?
12 January 2016
Dividing assets during divorce can be a messy and drawn-out process, especially when it comes to high-value property such as your home. The following offers an in-depth explanation of what may happen to your home as you and your spouse undergo divorce proceedings.
The Date of Home Purchase Matters
One of the most important considerations for determining what happens to a house after divorce is the date that the home was purchased.
Self Defense And "Stand Your Ground" Defenses: What You Can Learn From Two Famous Cases
23 December 2015
A successful self-defense defense requires evidence that you weren't able to retreat and avoid the threat, you only used force necessary to meet the threat, and you stopped when the threat was over. Stand-your-ground laws do not require you to retreat when facing a threat, are more liberal about the amount of force that can be used, and expand coverage to meeting a life threatening situation with force anywhere you have a legal right to be (as long as you aren't engaged in an illegal activity).
Can You Still Apply For Disability Benefits With A Poor Medical Treatment History?
8 December 2015
The Social Security Administration, or SSA, places a great deal of importance on your medical records when evaluating whether or not you qualify to receive Social Security disability benefits. If you have been unable to receive medical treatment due to financial problems or other reasons, your chances of receiving disability can be impacted. However, it is still possible. Here are some options for improving the likelihood you can still get benefits.