Workers Compensation And Repetitive Stress Injuries

Posted on: 15 June 2015

Repetitive stress injuries are caused by repeated motions, such as typing or assembly line work. Over time, the muscles, nerves, tendons and ligaments become inflamed and painful. When you injure these areas, you are actually causing tiny tears that are unable to heal because of the continuing use. If you are experiencing the symptoms of repetitive stress injuries, you may be entitled to workers compensation. Read on for more information on getting compensated for these injuries. [Read More]

The Do's And Don'ts Of Making A Will

Posted on: 2 June 2015

If you want to make a will that decides what happens to your property after you die, there are some things you should do and others you should avoid. Before you get started, make sure you understand the following do's and don'ts of making a will. Do: List your property and who will inherit it One of the first things you will do when making your will is decide what property you want listed in the will and assign that property to someone. [Read More]

A Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help You Avoid Legal Woes When Moving Firearms Into A New State

Posted on: 13 May 2015

Anyone moving to a new state should understand the laws related to importing a firearm. Working with a lawyer prior to bringing any weapons into the state could help you avoid felony charges for "honest mistakes". Remember, even without criminal intent, improperly transporting and possessing a legally-owned firearm could be a crime. Know the Law People get into trouble because they may not be familiar with the specific laws of the new state. [Read More]

Dispelling Myths About Parental Rights

Posted on: 17 April 2015

Having children is supposed to be one of a person's crowning life achievements, but these joyous events can lead to complicated legal problems for the new parents. These situations can be further complicated by misinformation that many people believe about family law issues. This can lead to believing a couple of myths are true, which can cause you to make poor decisions when it comes to your new family. By understanding the reality that underpins these myths, you will find yourself in a far better position to keep your child safe and happy. [Read More]