Most personal injury cases are resolved outside the courtroom or even before a lawsuit is filed. However, a few cases do end up in court, and navigating a lawsuit is a whole different ballgame altogether when compared to a regular negotiation. The following telltale signs should tell you that your case is headed to trial: There Is a Huge Gap Between Your Demand and the Insurance Offer In a typical personal injury negotiation, the insurance company starts low and the injury victim starts high.
21 June 2018
Every doctor is dedicated to helping others, but not everyone is ready to reward this hard work with praise. Whether your fault or not, patients and loved ones may sue you for medical malpractice. If this is the case, you can be severely financially impacted. To protect your investment so you can continue to help people, check out these four facts you should know about medical malpractice. You Need Professional Liability Insurance
23 May 2018
The last thing you may want to deal with is being in a collision. This can turn any good day into a bad one fast, and it's important to know what to do if this does occur. Of course, the main thing you'll want to do is try to remain calm. Doing this may be more challenging than you think but is necessary for getting through this situation with the most ease.
20 April 2018
If you are going through a divorce with children involved, one of the things you will be concerned about are the future child support payments. It does not matter if you are giving or receiving child support, you'll want to know if those payments are determined in a realistic and fair way. Ultimately, the final payment amount is decided by a judge, and they will use the following factors to decide on a child support payment amount.
19 March 2018
It can be very stressful to worry about the repercussions of going through a divorce if you are the parent of a teenager. You may be concerned that your child will not be understanding or that they will feel neglected after your divorce is finalized. Use the following tips to prepare your child for an impending divorce and assist with adjusting to the change in your marital status. Be Honest And Accept Feedback
18 February 2018
A child custody order is typically approved by the court system when a married couple divorces, a non-married couple who shares a child ends their relationship, or paternity is determined in a situation where a mother and father of a child are not in a relationship. However, there are situations where custody arrangements can be changed and emergency custody order may be needed. Some common reasons for an emergency custody order include:
19 January 2018
Getting arrested for a crime is never an ideal situation, no matter how light the charges happen to be. If your crime was not a significant one, you may be granted bail so that you can bond out of jail until it is time for your case to go to trial. When you bond out of jail, you will need to attend a bail hearing. The following are some things that you can expect while you attend your bail hearing:
16 December 2017
If you and your spouse are going through a divorce, and it's become acrimonious, you may feel like throwing in the towel. That's the worst thing you can do. Your spouse may be hoping that becoming bitter, and behaving harshly, may give them the upper hand. If your divorce has gone from amicable to acrimonious, there are some things you can do to keep the ball in your court. Start Keeping a Journal
20 November 2017
Being in a car accident is scary. No matter how serious, or whose fault it is, you are going to be shook up afterwards; you may even be in shock. The police are called, insurance companies notified, and with any luck you are free to go and not taken to the hospital. You may think it is over and that the insurance companies will handle everything. This could be the case, but things may end up going very differently.
24 October 2017
It's unfortunate but sometimes people die with a lot of debt and very little assets. In a situation like this, the estate will typically be declared insolvent, and any assets that are available will be used to pay as much of the debt as possible. Since only the decedent is responsible for the debt he or she incurred in life, creditors who don't get paid will simply have to write off the amount owed.
25 September 2017