3 Myths about Contingency Fees You Shouldn't Fall For

Posted on: 2 July 2015
If you are currently looking for an attorney to represent you in a personal injury case, it is vital that you understand how contingency fees work since that is how the vast majority of personal injury lawyers are compensated. Myth #1: You Have to Agree to the Initial Fee Plan Your Attorney Presents Many individuals wrongly assume that they have no wiggle room when it comes to the fees that your attorney wishes to charge you.
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Your DWI Case Is More Than Your Actions In Court

Posted on: 30 June 2015
You may think that having a good DWI defense attorney and putting on a good face in court will be good enough to fight or lessen your charges. The thing is, if you are doing anything in your day-to-day life that can give the prosecution evidence against your character, you might be shooting yourself in the foot. Here are four things you should avoid in your personal life while facing a DWI charge.
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Navigating The Stormy Seas Of Social Security Disability: Why You Need An Attorney

Posted on: 20 June 2015
Applying for social security can be a chore. If you've been hurt or laid up by an accident or illness, working may be out of the question. This is the time to apply for social security disability, or SSD, but getting approved to receive monthly payments is sometimes nearly impossible. This is where a knowledgeable social security attorney can help. An attorney who's well-versed in the Social Security Act will help you anticipate the following bumps in the road:
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Understanding Your Legal Rights When You Play Sports For a Company-Sponsored Team

Posted on: 18 June 2015
In law and legal matters, there is always some gray areas that force a judge's hand to decide. These gray areas often cross over from one clear-cut area of the law to another, and what happens in between to cause litigants to sue puts everyone in limbo. One such area is playing a team sport, like baseball or softball, which is sponsored and supported by the company you work for. If you are injured playing sports for your company's team, do you know what your legal rights are?
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