A car accident is an upsetting experience that no one wants to go through. What makes the situation even more upsetting is when you are hit by someone who is driving drunk. In many instances, vehicles are totaled and victims are injured in these accidents and this creates financial hardship for you. Fortunately, there are some ways you can get compensated for your damages. The following are some questions you may have about this process.
During your divorce, one of the more tedious parts of the process is dividing your assets. Depending on the nature of your current relationship, you may not agree on how to go about this process. The following are some methods you can utilize to help make the process somewhat easier and more fair for both of you: 1. Compile a Comprehensive List of Assets To begin, you should both create a list of all your assets with as much detail as possible.
If you are in a car accident, then you may have a hard time getting what you are entitled to without having to go to the step of having to go to court. You may end up having to hire an attorney who can help you get whatever it is you are entitled to. If you decide to hire an attorney, you want to do what you can to make it easier on them so that they can get through your case sooner and get you what you need.
The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) is responsible for monitoring the investment market for signs of fraudulent or unlawful activity. Receiving a phone call from the SEC can be frightening for finance professionals who trade in stock or work for public companies. A securities attorney can help you navigate any phone call that you receive from the SEC in order to avoid any self-incrimination. Collect Information to Call Back You should never avoid a phone call from the SEC.
Hello, I'm Phillip Kerr and I just love the legal profession and courtroom drama. Have you ever watched judge shows on TV? I know that these shows are not an accurate representation of the courtroom, but there is something you may have noticed. Some individuals come into the courtroom well-dressed, articulate, respectful and with the knowledge and documents necessary to support a case, while others come unprepared, slovenly dressed and appear as if they do not have a care in the world. How you present yourself and the knowledge that you have of the law will have an impact on how you are treated, even if you have legal representation. This blog is designed to assist those who are going to trial in doing just that.