Working With Great General Attorneys

  • 2 Reasons to Retain a DUI Lawyer for Your Time in Court

    26 August 2020

    If you have been charged with a DUI, you will want to make it a point to retain a DUI lawyer as soon as you can. Sure, you do have the right to represent yourself in court and you might have done so when you wanted to fight a parking ticket, but you may not want to do that when the charge is a DUI. Here are a few reasons why:

  • Driving Under The Influence: Can You Face Arrest If You Don't Drive?

    17 August 2020

    When you drink, you probably already know you should never drive. What you might not know is that you should not even sit in your car behind the wheel when you have alcohol in your system. You cannot just sit stationary in the driver's seat, even to wait on a ride from someone else. Doing so can result in a DUI whether you are driving or not. The following are some things you should know if you are ever in this position:

  • What Are The Typical Consequences Of A DUI Charge?

    24 July 2020

    Getting pulled over after you spent an evening drinking with friends could lead to an arrest and a DUI charge. After the arrest, your first goal will be to get out of jail, and the next goal will be to find a way to fight the charges. One of the questions you might have during this time is what the consequences are for DUI charges. The answer varies, and here are several things to know as you face a DUI charge.

  • Memory Loss After a Car Accident: How These Cases Are Handled

    9 July 2020

    A collision has the potential to cause injury to every part of the body, including the brain. As a result, some accident victims suffer traumatic brain injuries that result in memory loss. For these victims, compensation is only fair and necessary. If you have a loved one that has been diagnosed with memory loss after an accident, learn more about how these matters are handled in the personal injury claims process.

  • Issues That Prolong Divorce Cases

    18 June 2020

    The average divorce case takes around one full year, but some cases take much longer. When couples divorce, they typically must go through a series of steps to accomplish this goal. Couples can speed up their cases by quickly working through the steps, or they can drag out their cases by arguing about issues. If you are ready to start a divorce case and want it to go quickly, it might be helpful for you to understand the primary issues that prolong divorce cases.

  • Did You Get Injured During A Slip And Fall? 3 Questions About This Type Of Accident

    4 June 2020

    If you fell down and were injured, you may assume that the injury is your own fault due to not anticipating the circumstances that lead to the accident. However, it is possible to receive compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. Here are some questions you may have about your accident. Does The Accident Location Matter? If you had a slip and fall while walking on a sidewalk in a residential area, it can be very complicated based on the location of where it happened.

  • Legal Separation: Is It A Good Idea?

    21 May 2020

    If a divorce is pending, you have the option to legally separate prior to the filing. Although not everyone chooses to legally separate, you may want to consider doing so for several reasons. A legal separation happens when you and your spouse live apart while you negotiate the terms of your divorce. This period of time can also be viewed as a test to determine whether or not you want to continue with your divorce or make an attempt to work your marriage out.