Have you recently heard commercials or read ads that state a lawyer can beat any traffic violation in court? Do you have a stack of unpaid tickets that you simply don't know what do to with? Hiring a lawyer for a routine traffic violation may seem a little silly on the surface, but it can make a difference between paying large fines and having points put on your driving record. But is a lawyer the right choice for every traffic violation you encounter, especially if you know it is a legitimate ticket? [Read More]
Why Would You Need A Workers Compensation Attorney?
Workers compensation pays workers for lost wages and medical care if they are injured on the job. Their families are compensated if their injuries result in death. Accidents or injuries that are not work related are not eligible for this compensation. Employers agree to pay for lost wages and medical bills and in return cannot be sued for damages or be held negligent for the accident or injury. However, there are cases in which an employer may refuse to pay all or part of a workers compensation claim. [Read More]
An Overview On Filing A Wrongful Death Claim
If a member of your family has died because of someone else's negligence, you may be able to commence a wrongful death lawsuit. These can be very difficult cases to prove, but there are laws that are out there to protect people who have died at the hands of another. The following article will give you a better understanding of how a wrongful death lawsuit works, and who can bring on a wrongful death claim. [Read More]
Independent Contractor Or Employee: Why Does It Matter?
Every year around tax filing season, many workers will discover that their employment isn't quite what they thought it was. Companies, looking to save money, may classify a worker not as an employee but as an independent contractor. While this doesn't seem like a big distinction to the average person looking for work, it can have huge and expensive consequences to the individual. So, why is it a big deal? Because many employees who have been misclassified as independent contractors don't understand that they lose out on many benefits of being an employee. [Read More]