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  • Tips For Winning A Car Accident Case

    If you were involved in a car accident where there's debate over what actually happened, the first thing you'll want to do is hire a dedicated accident lawyer to assist you. Often times, these "he said, she said" cases can be difficult to win because proving fault isn't easy. Perhaps the other driver involved in the accident claims his or her traffic light was green when the accident occurred, even though you're 100% sure it was red. [Read More]

  • PEWS : The 4-Fold Plan To Help Your Church Succeed After You File For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

    If your church's leadership is considering filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, you need to remember your PEWS. No, the sturdy rows of benches for your congregants have nothing to do with reorganizing your church's debts. PEWS is the acronym for 4 key steps you must take to emerge from your Chapter 11 bankruptcy as a successful, vibrant church. P is for PLANNING You're not planning for eventual bankruptcy at first. You are planning to make decisions about your church's financial future. [Read More]

  • 5 Common Questions Answered About Environmental Law

    When it comes to environmental law, you may have heard about certain violations, such as littering on the highway. However, environmental law is much more extensive than this. In fact, you may have to deal with an environmental law attorney in the case that you have a neighbor, company, or more that is violating the environmental laws in your state that is causing harm to yourself and the environment in which you live. [Read More]

  • How To Raise Venture Capital For Your Startup

    Venture capital is considered a subset of private equity, and as such it is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC. Knowledgeable and experienced securities attorneys can provide invaluable advice about the financial dealings of fledgling companies, especially those decisions related to venture funding. In 2012, President Barack Obama signed into law the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, or JOBS Act, and many of the parts of the legislation concerning venture capital went into effect the following year. [Read More]

  • 3 Things You Must Do If Your Social Security Disability Is Denied

    When you are disabled and unable to work, applying for social security disability benefits can help you supplement your income in many ways. If you are approved, that is. As many as 65% of original applications for social security disability are denied, so you should be prepared to not be approved right away. Learn 3 things you should do immediately after getting denied for social security disability so you can have the best chance of getting eventual approval: [Read More]

  • How A Lawyer Can Help You Sue A Business Owner After A Slip & Fall Incident

    If you suffered embarrassment and an injury after slipping and falling in a store with damaged flooring material, you may be able to sue. A lawyer can help you get paid for the injury so you won't have to pay for treating it on your own. Below, learn how a lawyer can help you sue the owner of the store and how much legal assistance will cost. How Can a Lawyer Help Sue the Owner of a Store After Slipping & Falling? [Read More]

  • Preparing For A Custody Hearing

    If you are divorced or in the process of getting divorced, the wellbeing of your children will be one of the main points that you will need to focus your attention upon. Many divorces will have a vicious battle when it comes to who will have custody of the children. You will need to prepare in advance to help make your case so that you have a better chance in receiving the results that you desire. [Read More]