Cat Scratches And Bites: Who’s To Blame, Who To Sue

When neighborhood cats wander the streets, it creates more than just a safety issue for the cats. It creates several safety issues for other pets and neighbors as well. Cats, when cornered, will hiss, bite, and scratch. This creates a host of medical and health issues for kids, elderly people, and anyone with a weakened immune system or blood disorder. If you have recently been bitten or scratched by a neighborhood cat, you can sue. Read More 

Tips For Handling A Wrongful Death

An avoidable accident that causes someone to pass before their time can be one of the most tragic events that can happen. Unfortunately, individuals that suffer the loss of one of their loved ones will find that they may not have the information that is needed to adequately protect their rights as claimants so that they can pursue justice.   Speak With An Attorney As Soon As It Is Possible Read More 

Why Communication Is Crucial To The Success Of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 bankruptcy gives you the chance to reorganize your financial life by settling your debts at a reasonable schedule. However, this is only possible if you stay on top of your communication during your Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Here are some of the crucial communications to expect during this time: Communications with Trustee Prepare yourself to receive lots of reports and inquiries from the trustee's office. Here are some of the things that that the reports or inquiries may entail: Read More 

3 Reasons You Should Hire a Car Accident Attorney

While no one wishes to be involved in a car accident, they happen more than you might realize. If you ever find yourself involved in a serious car accident, it's a good idea to contact an attorney to learn more about your rights and how they can protect you. If someone is suggesting that you're at fault for the accident, you want to make sure that you can properly prove wrongdoing. Keep reading to better understand the reasons as to why you should hire a car accident attorney. Read More 

Denied Social Security? How To Get Your Application Approved

Getting denied after going through the rigorous and time-consuming process of applying for Social Security benefits can be disheartening, but moving forward from that point is vital. Many, many applicants get denied on their initial try, so you are not alone. What's more, the application process can be very confusing, so being denied doesn't necessarily mean that you don't have a legitimate medical condition that deserves approval, just that you probably made a mistake on your claim form. Read More