Getting Divorced? Here Are A Few Signs That You Need To Hire A Lawyer

29 April 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Since deciding to get divorced, you and your spouse may be able to get along and make compromises now. But there might be some signs indicating that you're best off hiring a lawyer to represent you throughout the negotiation and divorce process. Here are a few signs to look for that point to the need for hiring a divorce lawyer. Promises Keep Getting Broken If you continue to be let down by broken promises, it may be a sign of things to come once the divorce has been settled. Read More 

Why You Should Fight to Settle Your Injury Case out of Court

29 March 2018
 Categories: , Blog

Most personal injury cases settle outside the courtroom, and with good reason. Here are four reasons it's best to pursue a settlement outside the courtroom: 1. You Avoid the Costs of Litigation A litigated injury case incurs more costs than a similar injury that is settled outside the courtroom. The main reason for this is that there are many costs that you incur only after you file a lawsuit. Settling your case outside the courtroom will help you avoid such costs. Read More 

Bail Bonds: What to Expect

28 February 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Getting a phone call from a relative regarding an arrest is jarring and scary. You may never have been involved with law enforcement or the criminal justice system. Your desire to help must be tempered with good decisions that won't aggravate the situation. You might already know you'll need to contact bail bonding companies, but expect one or more of the situations below.  Rejection It's easy to think that completing paperwork with a particular bail bond company is all that must be done. Read More 

Filing For Workers Comp In Maryland

26 January 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

Workers compensation provides injured workers with wage compensation and medical care until they are physically able to return to work. It is paid through their employer for physical or mental trauma that occurred from a specific incident rather than progressive deterioration. Wage compensation is based upon the weekly wage of the worker at the time of injury and pays a tax-free percentage of pre-injury wages. Immediate and rehabilitative medical care are both provided at no cost upon approval of a claim. Read More 

Challenge Multiple Parties During Personal Injury Claims

28 December 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Depending on your injury, there may be multiple parties responsible for your recovery. Accidents inside stores could have been caused by the store's negligence, the failure of a vendor, or the actions of another customer. Being hospitalized after a fight is mostly the responsibility of the abuser, but instigators, venue operators, and law enforcement professionals who fail to step in may need to step forward to answer the situation. Here are a few costs and responsibility demands to consider before you sign any settlement or make any agreement after a personal injury. Read More