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What You Can Expect To Get From A Winning Personal Injury Case

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If you’ve been involved in a personal injury case and won, you can expect to receive compensation from the defendant, which is usually the person’s insurance company. Every injury case is different, and the amount of money you can expect to receive usually depends on the severity of your injuries as well as a number of other factors. If you recently took up an injury case in court and won, here is a list of the common items you can expect to receive compensation for. Read More»

3 Ways To Maximize Your Personal Injury Claim

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Suffering from injury can take a toll on you emotionally and physically. Not only do you have to deal with the insurance company, but you have to deal with going to the doctor and getting treated for your injuries as well. It seems like one thing after another trying to get through the whole ordeal and put the mess behind you. To make sure you don’t end up getting shorted on your insurance claim, here are three things you can do to maximize your personal injury claim. Read More»

3 Mistakes To Avoid During Your Car Accident Claim

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Being in a car accident can be a real pain. You are stuck dealing with insurance companies left and right to try and get your vehicle fixed, as well as figuring out how you are going to make ends meet without being able to work.  While fighting for your insurance settlement, you want to make sure you don’t end up making mistakes that could jeopardize your case. Lying. While this might seem obvious, you might be surprised at how many people lie and make their injuries out to be far worse than what they truly are. Read More»

Tips For Writing Your Will And Protecting Your Estate

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If you have dependents, then it is incredibly important that you have a will in place. Furthermore, this will should accurately reflect your wishes so that they can be executed in the unfortunate event that you do die. Even if you don’t have dependents, then you should still consider writing a will and should at least begin to think about how you wish to do so. Here are some tips that you can use to make sure that your wishes will be honored. Read More»

Answering Common Questions About Divorcing That You May Have

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If your marriage is damaged beyond repair, you may need to start considering divorce. However, this can be an intimidating process because you may not be particularly informed about what to expect. Once you have had the following couple of questions answered, you should find that you are better prepared for going through this process.    What Should Be Done To Prepare For Your Initial Meeting With The Attorney? Fortunately, many attorneys will offer free initial consultations to prospective clients. Read More»

Denying Visitation And The Law

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As a divorced parent with physical custody of your minor child, you may encounter situations where you wish to block the visitation of your ex-spouse. It’s important to realize, however, that visitation arrangements are set forth by the courts, and no one but the courts have the ability to change it. Whether you have a legitimate concern about the issue or you simply fail to comply with the visitation orders, you should understand that non-compliance with visitation orders is taken very seriously by the courts. Read More»

3 Facts About DUI's That Senior Citizens And Their Loved Ones Should Know

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Virtually everyone who gets a driver’s license today knows that the use of alcohol and many medications can make driving unsafe and illegal. However, that has not always been true. Given how rarely some states require new driving or written tests to renew a driver’s license, many senior citizens could break the law on a regular basis and never realize it. The increased independence and longer lives that many senior citizens enjoy can lead to some older people driving after consuming medication. Read More»

Three Steps To Help You Decide If A Mediated Divorce Will Work For You

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If you’re starting down the road to a mutually agreed-upon divorce, you may be wondering what options are open to you as an alternative to a litigated divorce that’s fought over in court. Going to court can be an unpleasant experience, and using a divorce mediator may be able to prevent the necessity of appearing in court. But mediation isn’t for everyone. Use these three factors to help you decide if it’s best for your situation. Read More»

The Three Main Types Of Adoptions

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If you are currently entertaining the thought of adopting a child, you also need to think about what type of adoption that you would like to have. The type of adoption you choose will determine what type of relationship, if any, you have with your child’s birth parents. The three main types of adoptions are closed adoptions, semi-open adoptions and open adoptions. Closed Adoptions In the past, most adoptions were closed. Read More»

What You Need to Know about Stepchildren and Your Estate Plan

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In today’s society it is not uncommon to have blended families. In many cases, blended families function the same as a nuclear biological family. Both parents feel a responsibility to all of the children, and many stepparents consider their stepchildren their own. What you may not know is that when you create your estate plan, the state will view your stepchildren very different from your biological children. This is why it is so important that you make extra measures to include your stepchildren in your estate plan if you wish. Read More»