5 Myths A Workers Compensation Attorney Can Help Debunk

Workers compensation is a system in place in the United States to help workers receive benefits for injuries or illnesses resulting from their job. State governments typically administer the program as part of social welfare programs. The program has been around for a long time, but many myths and misconceptions about the program exist. This article debunks five of the most common myths about this program. Also, remember you can always consult a workers compensation attorney to get the facts right. Read More 

Estate Planning For Single Parents: How To Ensure Your Children Inherit Your Family Home

A family home is a valued asset. Therefore, as a single parent, you probably want your children to inherit the property. Unfortunately, if you don't make any plans, conflict may arise between your children and other interested parties. As a result, your kids may be dragged through long and emotionally exhausting probate processes. Proper estate planning ensures that your family home goes to the intended beneficiaries in your absence. Below are three viable options to consider if you want your kids to inherit your family home. Read More 

Mistakes College Students Make After a Car Accident

Car accidents are one of the leading causes of death for college students. In fact, according to the CDC, car accidents are the leading cause of death for teens and young adults.  With such high stakes, it's important that college students know what to do (and what not to do) after a car accident. These are some of the common mistakes that college students make.  Ignoring Immediate Medical Care Ignoring medical care right after your car accident means you may not be as likely to receive compensation for your injuries. Read More 

3 Types Of Accident-Related Cases Competent Accident Lawyers Can Handle

Injury cases resulting from an accident are perhaps one of the trickiest cases you can deal with or experience. Actually, many people have a hard time deciding whether they really need to hire accident lawyers or not when they sustain accident-related injuries. However, hiring an accident lawyer is a smart move because you will have a lot of peace of mind and relax as they navigate the case. Injuries resulting from a car accident aren't the only type of injuries you can sustain; you could also sustain injuries from an accident that occurs in a medical facility, construction site, or office. Read More 

When Video Tells The Accident Story

Evidence can be an important element of your personal injury claim. It can help you prove that the other driver was not at fault, in many cases. When it comes to evidence, video has quickly overtaken photographic evidence because it's better in several ways. To find out more, read on. Better Than an Eyewitness Law enforcement will interview any bystanders to find out what they saw during the accident. However, eyewitness opinions may not always be reliable. Read More