A Meaningful Job

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A Meaningful Job

When I was a kid, many of my friends wanted to be firefighters, teachers, and policemen when they grew up. Interestingly, I told everyone who was interested that I wanted to be a lawyer. I was fascinated with crime shows. While watching my favorite television programs as a child, I was captivated by actors who played the roles of tough, successful lawyers. No matter what they were facing at trial, they always discovered the truth in every case. While I majored in business instead of law, I still have an amazing appreciation for the work attorneys do today. On this blog, I hope you will discover the importance of lawyers in our society. Enjoy!


Take These Four Steps Before Filing An Injury Lawsuit

28 July 2017
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If your injury claim negotiations fail, the next logical step is to file a lawsuit and get the court's help in settling the case. That is your right, but you shouldn't take it lightly because you don't want to risk instigating a lawsuit with no chance of succeeding. This is why you need to take these four steps first: Confirm That You Actually Have a Case You don't have a valid personal injury claim just because you were injured by another person's negligence. Read More …

4 Common Wrongful Death Suits

30 September 2016
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Wrongful death cases hit the courtroom every day, with family members of the deceased seeking compensation for funeral expenses, pain and suffering, medical costs, and other hardships. There are actually a few types of wrongful death cases that are the most common, and this is often the result of dangerous circumstances and situations. If your loved one has passed away in one of the following situations, you may have a strong case on your hands. Read More …

3 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Chance Of Compensation For Your Work Injury

31 August 2016
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Work injuries happen frequently, especially at construction sites. However, the construction company for which you work will not automatically pay for your injuries, even if you are an employee instead of a contractor. Here are a few things you should do to help ensure compensation for your injuries if you are injured while working on a construction site: Advise the foreman quickly. Be sure to advise your foreman of the accident as soon as possible. Read More …

Four Reasons You Should Keep Your Emotions In Check During A Divorce

12 July 2016
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While you might feel like a wreck inside from your pending divorce, there are some very valid reasons why you should try to keep calm on the outside. There can be benefits to keeping your emotions in check, especially if there will be court appearances or you have children. Here are four reasons you should keep your cool and stick to the facts during your divorce. 1. Court Will Take You More Seriously Read More …

Confined Animal Feeding Operation Moving in Next Door? What Are Your Options?

26 May 2016
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While many Americans enjoy juicy steaks, crispy chicken drumsticks, and other beef, pork, and chicken products, few want these meals to be farmed right next door. This is even more true when these meats come not from a free-range farm or ranch, but a confined animal feeding operation (CAFO) that packs a large amount of livestock into a relatively small area. Can you prevent a CAFO from setting up shop near your home? Read More …