Reasons To Sue Your College After An Assault In Your Dorm

Students live in college campus dorms in order to be close to their classrooms and extra-curricular activities, as well as to be part of an exciting environment for students who study and live together. Unfortunately, many students are assaulted on campuses each year by people from outside of the college community, and some of these attacks take place in their dorms.  If you've been through such an ordeal, you shouldn't hesitate to hire an attorney who specializes in personal injury cases. Read More 

3 Tips On Finding A Good Lawyer For Your Personal Injury Case

If you have been injured, you may be entitled to compensation. This compensation can take the form of reimbursement for medical bills, including rehabilitation. You may even be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering. You will need to hire a personal injury attorney; however, you will want to hire one that will be able to get you the most money possible. The following are three tips to help you find this type of attorney. Read More 

3 Ways To File A Claim If You’ve Been Injured In An Auto Accident As A Passenger

If you were traveling with a friend, co-worker, or acquaintance at the time of an auto accident, you may be wondering what to do. While the driver will likely file a claim for damages to their car (and potential injuries), you have to file your own claim. If you've been injured in an auto accident while riding as a passenger, check out these different ways to file claims. The At-Fault Driver Read More 

3 Ways A Real Estate Lawyer Can Help With Your Commercial Lease

If you own a business and are getting ready to enter into a commercial lease, you should not sign the lease until you have had a real estate lawyer look over the lease. Commercial leases are more complicated than residential leases; there are more to the terms than just how long you plan on being at the location.  Option to Renew When setting up a commercial lease, your initial lease will generally be for a set period of time. Read More 

Don’t Fight Over The Estate: Here’s How to Settle Disputes Fairly

Ideally, if you have a close relative pass away, they left a will that clearly explains where all of their assets will go. And in the best of cases, that will is clear and legally valid. But it doesn't always happen that way. Your relative might not have left a will, or it may be nowhere to be found. They may have left a will that contains instructions that aren't legally valid. Read More