Take Better Car Accident Photos

12 August 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

After a car accident, one of the first things you may want to do is gather evidence. If you have injuries or pursue a lawsuit after a car accident, these photos will be a crucial component of your case. So, how can you make sure that you take better photos of the scene? These tips will help you capture the aftermath of the car accident. Take Many Photos First, it is important that you take as many photos as possible. Read More 

Understanding Premises Liability And Negligent Security

12 June 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

In American law, there's a fairly broad set of circumstances where owners of properties may be liable for injuries others suffer at their locations. Slip and fall accidents at stores represent the most easily understood version of this principle which is commonly known as premises liability. This is, frankly, bread-and-butter work for the typical personal injury attorney. You might wonder, however, whether premises liability applies to incidents where security was lax. Read More 

Questions About Negotiating A Car Accident Settlement

12 June 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you were the victim of an auto accident that wasn't your fault, the responsible driver's insurance company will eventually offer you a settlement for your injuries and property damage. Here are some questions you will likely have about what to do when negotiating a settlement. What Should You Expect For The First Settlement Offer? It is always important to review the settlement offer with an injury lawyer to determine if what you are being offered is fair. Read More 

Why All ICOs Require An ICO Lawyer

30 April 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

The ICO, or "Initial Coin Offering" is not as regulated as the IPO, or "Initial Public Offering." For this reason, you will likely need legal representation if you are starting a company and would like to raise money for it through an ICO. Requirements for an ICO When raising capital through an ICO, you will still need to file an application to the SEC before you are able to make shares available to the public. Read More 

Tips for Fighting a Speeding Ticket in Court

26 March 2020
 Categories: Law, Blog

Do you feel like you were given an unjustified speeding ticket? If so, you should fight it in court. Here are some tips for facing a judge to dispute your speeding ticket.  Hope the Officer Doesn't Show Know that there is always a chance that the officer will not show up to your court date. If this happens, then your case will be dismissed and you won't have to pay the fine. Read More