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Family Law Attorneys Fight for Families

Many parents fail to realize that they are still co-parents even after a divorce. This means no matter what their feelings are toward each other, their goals should always be geared toward the best interests of their children. I am an attorney practicing family law, and I see parents every day who have forgotten that children should always come first. I hope that this blog will remind people that kids can be terribly hurt when their parents get divorced and that it is up to the adults in their lives to provide a secure foundation where they can feel safe and know that they are cared for. Children are often innocent victims of divorce. Learn how to protect your kids.

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Most Common Causes of Workplace Falls
28 April 2021

Unfortunately, almost every workplace presents haz

Winning A Lawsuit By Hiring An Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer
31 March 2021

Filing a lawsuit is only half the battle to recove

Why Your Law Firm Needs To Use A Class Action Plaintiff Finder
2 March 2021

It's possible your law firm is putting together a

Defenses Your Employer Might Mount Against Your Unpaid Wages Claim
1 February 2021

If your employer has failed to pay your wages, you

Tips On Getting Through Your Workers' Comp Deposition Sucessfully
30 December 2020

Not all workers who file claims with their employe

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Most Common Causes of Workplace Falls

Unfortunately, almost every workplace presents hazards of falling. You may think of construction sites as common workplaces where a dangerous fall is likely to occur, but even an office environment presents risks of falling if a worker is trying to change a lightbulb or trips on a loose computer cable. A fall could result in serious injuries, a workers' compensation claim, and months off work during recovery, so it's in everyone's best interest to promote safety in the workplace. Read More 

Winning A Lawsuit By Hiring An Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer

Filing a lawsuit is only half the battle to recover compensation and justice after an accident. You have to litigate that suit and convince a judge or jury to rule in your favor. Arguing in court can take skill and knowledge that you may lack, as someone outside of the legal industry, however. Instead, you can win your lawsuit by hiring a lawyer familiar with personal injury law to take your case and represent you in court. Read More 

Why Your Law Firm Needs To Use A Class Action Plaintiff Finder

It's possible your law firm is putting together a class-action lawsuit against a large company and you need to find plaintiffs who were injured or wronged in some way by this company to proceed. You may already know there are many people who would sign up for a class-action lawsuit but the more people you have, the better your class action suit will be. How do you find these plaintiffs? You can use the services of a class action plaintiff finder. Read More 

Defenses Your Employer Might Mount Against Your Unpaid Wages Claim

If your employer has failed to pay your wages, you may assume that winning your case will be relatively easy. However, if your employer has competent legal counsel, they may come up with one of several legal defenses that you will need to be prepared for and that your employer will need to help you craft a counter-argument against. Initial Steps The first step you should take is to speak with your employer since your employer might have simply made a mistake and may correct it immediately. Read More 

Tips On Getting Through Your Workers’ Comp Deposition Sucessfully

Not all workers who file claims with their employer's workers' compensation insurer will end up having to be deposed. It's only when the insurer fails to act in good faith that you might have to take action. Workers' compensation insurers may not approve your claim or they might cut off your benefits without good cause. If you have had to appeal a workers' comp decision and are going through the legal process to get the benefits you need, you might have to participate in a deposition. Read More