Two Reasons Why You Should Keep A Lawyer On Retainer
20 March 2018
If you watch a lot of television or movies, you've probably heard this phrase before: "I'm calling my attorney." So many actors and actresses say it on film that many everyday people have picked up the lingo as well. Although it's a common saying, not every person who speaks it can actually back it up. When you have a lawyer on retainer you'll be able to make this claim with full confidence.
Three Suspicious Behaviors to Avoid at DUI Checkpoints
6 October 2016
Although the police have to use a neutral formula to stop cars at a DUI checkpoint, they can also stop any cars they see that give a reasonable suspicion of illegal behavior. This means that if you drive incompetently because you're drunk, recklessly enough to cause danger to other drivers, or something similar, they can still stop you even if they wouldn't have stopped you otherwise. So it's important to avoid suspicious driving behaviors.
Head Wound-Hedron: Three Types Of Head Wounds And Facial Injuries For Which You Can Sue
14 September 2016
Head wounds are no laughing matter. In fact, there are three kinds of head wounds, and each one of them can have multiple levels of severity. Thus, "head wound-hedron" is an effective phrase for describing the multiple types of facial and head injuries. The majority of these injuries are often incurred during work or automobile accidents, which means you may be able to sue. Here is what a personal injury attorney might have to say about these various head wounds and injury types.
Proving Fault In A Car Accident Case: 3 Things You Should Do If You Suspect The Other Driver Is Under The Influence
17 June 2016
Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a serious problem in the U.S. The latest numbers published indicate that 1.1 million drivers were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or narcotics in 2014. If you get out of your car, only to suspect that something is not right with the other driver involved in the accident, you'll need to act quickly to gather evidence. If you can prove that the other driver was driving while under the influence, the other driver will be at fault; however, you'll need to gather quite a lot of evidence to build a strong case.