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.

Potential Defenses To Hate Crime

It is fairly easy to be accused of hate crime in contemporary society. Whereas hate crime is deplorable, every accused person has the right to legal defense, and every suspect is innocent until proven guilty. Below are some of the defenses your lawyer can use if you face such a criminal charge. No Crime The best defense to hate crime is to prove that you did not commit any crime in the first place. Read More 

What To Know About Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer

There are a variety of situations where you may have a personal injury claim. Personal injury law covers various types of accidents and situations. Some examples of personal injury include being injured in a car accident, being attacked and injured by someone's pet, or being injured on someone else's property due to their negligence. Determining whether or not you have a claim can be difficult. This is where hiring a personal injury lawyer can come in handy. Read More 

3 Things To Know When Filing A Long-Term Disability Claim

If you have been hurt while on the job, there is a chance that your employer's long-term disability insurance coverage will help you with paying your bills and taking care of yourself and your family. Before you file a long-term disability claim, though, you will need to know these three things. 1. Not All Lawyers Regularly Handle Long-Term Disability Claims First of all, just because you see an advertisement for a disability attorney online does not mean that the lawyer has experience with handling long-term disability claims. Read More 

Important Steps Involved With Estate Planning

Your estate plan is a set of legal tools and instructions that help plan your future, primarily with what happens after your death. In an estate plan, you can use a lot of different tools to meet your goals, and it is important to understand that everyone has different goals and needs when planning their estate. Here are some of the most common steps of estate planning, though. You may want to evaluate some or all of these further as you begin planning your estate. Read More 

The Process That Occurs After A Probation Violation

If you are currently serving a probation sentence as a consequence of a criminal charge, you might be very worried about your future if you violate any term of your probation. If you violate your probation, you will have to go through a legal process that generally involves four steps. Step 1: Get arrested The first step in the process typically involves an arrest. When you break probation by committing a crime, you will likely be placed under arrest for your actions. Read More