According to a study published by Harvard University, more than six out of every 10 personal bankruptcy claims filed in the U.S. are filed primarily due to medical expenses. This statistic clearly illustrates a sobering truth: Many, if not most, American families are only one major illness or injury away from significant financial instability. Certainly, […]

The comparison below was created by Copyscape, which checked 497 words of pasted text. The page below has 22 words matching 4% of the text, as highlighted by Copyscape: One of the most powerful estate planning tools people can utilize is a trust. Trusts are considered legal documents which allow the person setting it up […]

Filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is one option to resolve your debt; however, there are factors to bare in mind when you do so. For instance you may not be able to take out a loan for a period of time, you may hold up any extra money while you pay off […]

You were arrested. You were placed in the back of a police car. You were taken to jail. The officer never read you your Miranda Rights. You know, those rights that we always hear the TV cops read a suspect: “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used […]

Almost everyone uses social media daily, but could it impact on your personal injury claim? We update friends and family with what is happening in our lives through posts and pictures covering our day to day lives, vacations, and hobbies. Some also use social media to vent frustrations. If you are seeking damages for a […]

After an accident, it can be hard regaining that independence you used to have. So much is going on — from dealing with all aspects of the accident, to perhaps dealing with a personal injury attorney, as you try to reclaim your life. While a personal injury attorney can help you regain it financially, an […]

When many people hear the phrase “trust fund” discussed, they often imagine a child of rich parents. The misconception is that trusts are only for the very wealthy, set up for their “trust fund babies” to ensure they will never have to worry about anything financial in their adulthood. The reality is, however, that trusts […]

Under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, personal injury claims are mostly exempt. However, some claims are rejected because of the failure of the debtor to disclose their personal injury claim. While enduring an accident can be stressful enough, losing your compensation can be devastating.  There are ways to keep your personal injury award safe […]

After sustaining a slip and fall injury that was not your fault, you may realize you can file a claim against the responsible party but you may not know which damages you can include. The answer varies widely because the set of circumstances of each case is unique. For this reason, we offer victims of […]

Determining legal liability and financial responsibility for injuries or damages sustained at or near a construction site is a complex process of reviewing contracts, subcontracts, purchase agreements, and insurance documents between and among many parties including property owners, contractors and their subcontractors, materials vendors, equipment rental services and delivery services.  At any given time on […]