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The ABCs of Dealing With Domestic Violence

Domestic violence was a part of my family's life for years. When I made the decision to leave with my children, I had to rely on the law to provide the protection we needed. Sometimes, the system does not work as fast as we want. I soon learned that going at it alone without any guidance caused significant delays. I created this blog to help others who are seeking legal means to deal with an abusive ex. By making the right moves, it is possible to get the necessary protections in place so that you can also live a happier and healthier life.

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The ABCs of Dealing With Domestic Violence

    Lost Income And Career Potential After Injury: How Do You Find A Value?

    A significant part of any slip-and-fall injury claim is going to be your lost income—including estimated future losses. Figuring out future income losses can get complicated for a number of reasons, especially for those who occupy professional positions. Even a short-term injury can cause long-term problems for your career. Here's what you should know. It's About The Lost Potential, Not Actual Income Future lost income isn't calculated based on the work that you've done in the past.

    3 Tips For Giving A Deposition For Your Auto Accident Case

    If you have been the victim of a car collision injury, you may need to file a legal action against the driver who was at fault. This will help you recover the financial losses you may have endured because of the accident. During the civil litigation process, you will to provide accurate information during the discovery stage of the case. One of these will include giving a deposition and knowing tips to help strengthen your case when doing this can be helpful:

    Common Questions Concerning The Car Insurance Claim Investigation Process

    Out of nowhere you are struck by another driver on the roadway. You may know right off that this was not your fault, but after just one conversation with the insurance company, there is a good chance your head is spinning. The claims process after an auto accident can be exhausting. As if that was not bad enough, once your initial claim is filed the insurance company will try to ward you off with a whole slew of investigators from a damage assessment expert to a so-called claim evaluator.

    What To Do After An Insurer Responds To Your Demand Letter

    When you write a demand letter, you expect any of these three things to happen: the insurance company may give in to your demand, reject it or make a counteroffer. Here is what happens and how you should react to each situation: Acceptance The best response you can get from the insurance company is an acceptance of your demand, meaning the insurance company is willing to pay the compensation you requested.

    Wrongly Accused Of A Sex Crime? Here's How To Handle It

    Being accused of a crime that you didn't commit can be a nightmare, and it can be particularly heinous if the crime that you're being accused of is sex-related. There is a certain stigma that goes along with this type of crime, and the impact on your life can be drastic. There are certain things that you can do to help protect yourself, though. By following these tips, you can begin to navigate through this nightmare and work toward normalcy.

    3 Reasons To Always Speak With A Worker's Compensation Attorney

    Being injured on the job is often no small matter, and in most areas the employer is responsible for all medical costs related to such injuries. If you've been injured in any way while at work or while on company time, even if your injuries are relatively minor, you want to speak with a worker's compensation attorney. There are several reasons for this; consider a few of them here. 1. You may be entitled to more compensation than you realize

    Facing A Vehicle Repossession? Here's What To Do

    Regardless of where you live or what you do, a car is a staple in many homes today. If you find yourself falling behind on the payments and are facing repossession, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy might be just what you need to hold onto your vehicle and get back on your feet. If you don't want to keep your vehicle, it will buy you enough time to try and find a more affordable option.

    Going To Trial? Here's What You Need To Know

    Criminal cases often go to trial, so you'll need to have an attorney to represent you in court. A trial may be heard by a judge, which is known as a bench trial, or by a jury of your peers. If you've been charged with committing a felony, you and your trial attorney can discuss which type of trial is best, depending on the circumstances of your case. If you've been accused of a misdemeanor, your only choice is a bench trial.