When a loved one passes away, you may struggle to cope, and facing financial struggles can worsen the situation. However, if someone else caused your loved one's death, you may qualify for a wrongful death settlement. Wrongful death settlements can help you recover financially after the death of a loved one. If you believe you qualify for a wrongful death settlement, check out these three facts. The Settlement Is Based on Financial Injury Sustained to the Survivors [Read More]
How Much Should You Demand In Your Motorcycle Accident Lawsuit?
Were you recently hit while you were riding your motorcycle? Unfortunately, the road isn't as safe as it should be for motorcyclists. That's especially true now that smartphones are prevalent on the road. Many drivers are so distracted by their phones they don't see other cars on the road, let alone motorcycles. If you were hit, you may be thinking about filing a lawsuit and wondering how much you should demand in compensation. [Read More]
Frequently Asked Questions About Settlements
If you file a personal injury lawsuit that is likely to win, chances are you'll get word of a settlement offer from the defendant. For plaintiffs eager to stay out of court or end the waiting game for money they need for medical bills, the settlement offer may seem like a good idea. However, it can be fraught with danger from a legal and financial standpoint, so you need to know more about the settlement in general to ensure you're making the right decision. [Read More]
Don't Make These Mistakes With Your Child Custody Evaluation
Divorce for the parents of minor children means one thing: the issue of child custody and visitation must be decided. If you can work things out between the two of you then you are to be congratulated, but this can be one of the most contentious issues in a divorce, and often it must be decided by the judge. Getting the assistance of a mental health expert has become commonplace and knowing what to expect could be the difference between winning custody or not. [Read More]