Three Tips To Pursue If Your Personal Injury Claim Is Delayed

Posted on: 7 June 2016

If you have been injured on someone else's property, you have the right to seek out compensation for your injuries. The good news is, that most commercial and private owners have insurance that is set in place to cover these types of injuries. The bad new is, sometimes payouts can feel extremely delayed. If you are worried that your personal injury claim is going nowhere, here are three options to consider. [Read More]

Surprising Facts About Bankruptcy You Need To Know

Posted on: 19 May 2016

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you pay off some debts and get rid of others. Most people know the basics of a bankruptcy filing, but there are some facts that might surprise you. To ensure you are fully prepared to file for a Chapter 13, here are some things you might not know.  Your Creditors' Best Interests Dictates What You Pay When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you are required to submit a proposed repayment plan to the court. [Read More]

Tips For Making Sure Your Workers Compensation Claim Is Paid

Posted on: 12 April 2016

If you have been injured on the job, there is a good chance that you are eligible for workers compensation. However, many workers compensation companies don't want to pay out and will do everything that they can to resist paying for a claim or reduce the amount of money that they have to pay for it. Here are some tips to make sure that your workers compensation claim goes as smoothly as possible. [Read More]

Conditions Of Your Will: Why These Conditions Are Important To Include In Your Estate Planning

Posted on: 12 April 2016

Many wealthy people have a will, and in that will they frequently include certain conditions for the surviving recipients. There are many good reasons for including conditions of inheritance when you are working out your estate planning with your lawyer. Here are a few conditions and ideas to think about when you are planning your will. You Have a Tentative Relationship with One of Your Progeny If your relationship with one or more of your children is tentative at best, and completely on the outside of things at worst, then you may want to include clauses in your will that provide for either of these situations at the time of your death. [Read More]