Exhausted Your PIP Benefits? Ask A Car Accident Attorney For Help

18 May 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you exhausted all of your personal injury protection benefits after your auto accident, ask a car accident attorney for help. PIP pays a specific amount of your medical expenses after an accident. However, PIP won't cover other expenses if you exhaust it. An attorney can help you find the means to pay for your additional medical care. Learn more about PIP and how you can find the help you need below. Read More 

4 Estate Planning Mistakes You May Make And How To Avoid Them

12 April 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

An estate plan communicates a person's wishes when they are no longer here. With a good plan in place, you can live with the assurance that your family and loved ones will not suffer if anything happens to you. A will ensures that your legacy lives on long after you are gone. Furthermore, the financial state of your estate is also secured. People sometimes make mistakes while drawing up their estate plans. Read More 

3 Tips For Finding A Law Office To Represent You

10 March 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

There are several reasons why an individual might file a claim: personal injury, property damage, and breach of contract are just a few examples. While you have every right to represent yourself after filing a claim, this is rarely the wisest course of action. Without an extensive legal background, it is highly unlikely that your claim will result in the best possible outcome. Instead, it is advisable to have a legal team at a law office represent you. Read More 

Keep Other Benefits In Mind After A Workers’ Comp Claim

27 January 2022
 Categories: Law, Blog

Those hurt at work are likely entitled to be paid benefits from their employer's workers' compensation insurer. While many work-related accidents are minor enough that the workers miss very little work, some are not that fortunate. Read to find out what might happen when workers are saddled with a permanent injury and need all the services they can find. Permanent Disability Benefits from Workers' Compensation Workers who are deemed disabled and unable to return to their jobs may be eligible for a lump-sum settlement. Read More 

How A DUI Child Endangerment Charge Works

16 December 2021
 Categories: Law, Blog

It's always a mistake to drive your vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, but this is especially a bad idea when you have a child in your car. If there is a child in your car, you may be charged with both a DUI and child endangerment if the child is under a specific age. This can often be an aggravating factor and you will need to speak with a DUI attorney about the best steps to take going forward. Read More