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Attorneys: A History of Helpfulness


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Attorneys: A History of Helpfulness

Attorneys in our day are often called bottom feeders, ambulance chasers or worse. I am an attorney in private practice, and it is my mission to show you that the law is a calling filled with noble and enthusiastic people who are doing the job to help others. The law can be incredibly confusion, and it seems to change drastically day by day. Attorneys are there to help clients navigate the murky waters of legal issues and find the most appropriate solution to problems they face. So don't think of a lawyer as the bad guys. Lawyers help people, and this blog will teach you how.

Protecting Yourself When Your Office Building Renters Sue You for Breach Of Contract

Renting and selling office buildings can be a lucrative business if you are smart and avoid complicating your contract. However, you are being sued by a business renter because they claim you sold the building that they were renting legally. What can you do to avoid financial loss? Being Too Eager to Sell May Breach a Contract The transfer of a contract or a property too soon may cause a suit that can cost you a lot of money to settle. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Filing A Malpractice Claim

The idea that you were hurt because of the actions or failures of a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional can be disconcerting, and you'll likely want to look into potential legal ways to be compensated. Medical malpractice law is considered a subset of personal injury practice, and such cases are generally handled by lawyers who specialize in the field. The vast majority of organizations and individuals in the medical industry carry some type of insurance. Read More 

When Do You Need An Attorney To Fight Against Healthcare You Don’t Want?

In most cases, attorneys who specialize in healthcare law spend their time fighting to ensure their clients are able to receive the healthcare they need. But in some situations, these attorneys may instead fight against a doctor or hospital's attempts to provide certain treatments or medications to an unwilling patient. Read on to learn about a few situations in which you may want to enlist an attorney's services before you agree to any medical care or treatment. Read More 

What You Should Do If You Purchased A Lemon Car

If you purchased a used car from an auto dealership and keep having problems with it, you may have a lemon car. A lemon car is a car that has major problems that cannot seem to be fixed. If you have a car like this, you might be able to get a refund for it; however, this is not always an easy task. Here are several things to know about lemon cars and your rights when it comes to your recent purchase of one. Read More 

Creating A Pay Scale System For Your Business To Protect Yourself Against Employee Lawsuits

If you are a business owner and have employees, you could end up with lawsuits from them. Employees can sue their employers if they feel their employers are breaking labor laws, and this is something that happens all the time. If you want to avoid these types of lawsuits and have evidence to win cases like this, you will need to follow all labor laws. You can also protect yourself by creating a pay scale and plan for the way you handle paying your employees. Read More