Should You Sue A Minor For Personal Injury? 5 Factors

Were you injured or had property damage due to the actions of a child? This is a tricky subject for anyone considering a personal injury lawsuit. Several unique factors affect your ability to recover damages from a minor. Here are a few of the most important.  1. Their Age Minors are those who haven't reached the age of adulthood — or 18 years in the United States. However, minors are also grouped by age further for legal purposes. Read More 

3 Risks People Can Avoid By Hiring A Disability Claims Attorney

No matter how much a recent disability may affect your daily life, there is no way to get disability benefits without submitting a claim and following through on the claims process. Unfortunately, many people who begin this process initially have their claims denied. They may subsequently try to appeal this denial on their own, hoping for a different outcome but not knowing what they can do to improve their chances. Fortunately, a disability insurance claims attorney can be of assistance in situations like these. Read More 

Types Of Divorce Attorneys: Understanding Your Options

Divorce is a complex and emotional process, and hiring the right attorney is critical to achieving a favorable outcome. However, with so many different types of divorce attorneys available, it can be challenging to know which one to choose. This article will explore the various types of divorce attorneys and what they specialize in. General Divorce Attorneys General divorce attorneys are the most common type of divorce attorney and can handle a wide range of divorce cases. Read More 

Be Prepared: Why You Need An Estate Attorney

If you haven't started your estate planning yet, you still have time. Leaving your family without an estate plan can lead to legal disputes. Also, without an estate plan, the government could take control of your estate. This is especially true if you die without a will. But, you do want to make sure that your estate plan is ironclad, and without mistakes. That's where an estate lawyer comes into the picture. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Mechanic Liens

When you work or provide certain services, you expect to be paid by the client you provide the work for. But unfortunately, that does not always happen in a timely fashion. This nonpayment may entitle you to file mechanical liens against any real property they own. What are mechanic liens, who can file one, and what are the filing requirements? Here is some information to help you better understand this subject. Read More