About Motorcycle Accidents
31 January 2020
No one wants to think about the possibility of being involved in an accident, especially someone who rides a motorcycle. However, you want to have a good grasp on what you would do if you were involved in an accident. While there are some things you can never fully prepare for, this article can prove to be a help if you are involved in a minor accident with your motorcycle. Here are some of the things that you should know, and some answers to questions that a lot of motorcycle riders tend to ask.
Going Through The Details Of Your Car Accident To Determine Fault And Injury Extent
9 January 2020
A car accident attorney knows what it takes to prove the extent of your injuries and who is at fault for the injuries. While you can share fault for the accident and still receive compensation for your injuries, you will want to decrease your percentage of fault as much as possible. When you meet with a car accident lawyer in an initial consultation, you will want to bring as much information as you can to the meeting.
Fighting Back Against Drunk Driving Accident Charges
9 December 2019
If you were arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in connection with a motor vehicle accident, you may be facing an enhanced level of scrutiny from law enforcement. In most places, a combination of DUI and an accident will elevate normal DUI charges to something far more serious. Read on to find out more about this common but unfortunate situation.
Don't Get Convicted
No matter what the circumstances of your DUI arrest were, the best way to avoid the worst of the penalties is to avoid being convicted.
8 November 2019
For those who haven't been paying much attention to divorce and custody issues, it may come as a surprise how many choices parents have now. Custody decisions are best made when both parents are on the same page — otherwise, the court might end up making the decision for you. With so many choices in mind, take a look at the list of common custody variations below. You, your spouse, and your child will continue to be affected by decisions made now for many years, so careful consideration is necessary.