4 Cases That Show The Value Of A DWI Attorney

Being pulled over by the police and accused of driving while intoxicated can leave a driver with a sense of shock. It's important to remember, however, that the cops still have an obligation to do their job well and prove that something happened. These four cases illustrate why it's wise to consult with a DWI attorney. Is This Thing On? The discovery process is when both sides have to hand over whatever evidence they have to each other in a criminal case. [Read More]

Not That Frivolous: Personal Injuries

Almost everyone has heard of so-called frivolous lawsuits. These are suits that seem to be built on the flimsiest of wrong-doing and appear to be spurred not by the search for justice but money. If you get hurt yourself, however, misconceptions about frivolous lawsuits might keep you from seeking the money damages that you really deserve. Read on to learn more. Silly Suits The media may be partly to blame for the wide decimation of news about these cases, many of which never make it past the filing stage. [Read More]

Should Your Business Sue a Reviewer Over a Bad Online Review?

When a customer is unhappy and highly vocal about it, it's usually a good idea to make amends when you can. However, there are some people that simply refused to be either pleased or appeased. For many business owners, that's a big problem. One well-placed bad review online can cost a company greatly. For the most part, businesses are best advised to try to smooth over the issue or at least respond gracefully and hope for the best. [Read More]

Have You Suffered Injuries At The Hand Of A Doctor? 4 Steps To Take If You Suspect Medical Malpractice

If you've been injured by a doctor, you may have been the victim of medical malpractice. If that's the case, you could be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering. To make sure that your rights are protected, there are certain states you'll need to take. Here are four steps you should take to if you've been the victim of medical malpractice. Keep a File of Your Medical Records [Read More]