Nobody likes being sued, and some defendants will take extreme measures to avoid being served summons for lawsuits. If you are having difficulty getting the required notification to the defendant because he or she is dodging service, here's what you can do to get around the issue so your court case can proceed. Gather Evidence of Attempted Service Defendants have the right to be served notice of any lawsuits filed against, so they can adequately prepare their defense.
20 December 2017
DUI charges have long-term ramifications in your professional image, career, financial life, and even personal relationships. Some of the criminal consequences of a second DUI arrest include up to 1 year jail time, revoked driver's license without a chance for appeal, $1000 fine, and other costs, 6 points on your driving record, confiscation of the license plate, or vehicle immobilization. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs entails a process of damage control.
3 October 2017
If you run a business, fraud is the last thing you want to find in your ranks. Fraud means that someone you once trusted has sought to do you financial damage. Fraud can destroy your businesses financial status, and your reputation. If you suspect fraud, it's crucial that you act fast. Dragging your feet, or postponing positive action can further destroy your business, and make it nearly impossible to recover from the devastation.
11 September 2017
If you have been arrested and jailed, you are very likely making every effort to get out. While jailed, you cannot work at your job, see to your family, or work on proving your innocence. In some cases, you are offered bail, but in other cases you are released without having to post a single dime. Read on for more information about being released on your own recognizance. What is bail, and why is it sometimes waived?
24 August 2017
Suffering a workplace injury can be devastating to your well-being as well as your livelihood. The potential for long-term disability due to a work-related accident is what makes the ability to file a workers' compensation claim crucial for the average worker. But what if the accident in question wasn't directly caused by an employer's actions, but instead those of a third party? In cases like these, the question of third-party liability often comes up.
17 August 2017
Hiring a workers' compensation attorney should be one of your highest priorities if you are considering filing a claim, mostly due to the fact that they are able to assist you with all aspects of your claim and even provide support once the claim has been successful. Listed below are two reasons to hire a workers' compensation attorney when filing a workers' compensation claim. Your Employer May Choose To Dispute Your Claim
13 August 2017
What do you know about Social Security Disability benefits? There are a number of misconceptions about these benefits, and the truth about them often comes as a surprise to people who find themselves needing to apply for SSDI. If you suffer from a disability and you can no longer work, it's important that you have the facts about disability benefits. Take a look at some of the most common myths about SSDI benefits, and the truth behind them.
9 August 2017
Payroll services are a proven method for simplifying your weekly payroll. They provide critical services to you and your employees to make sure you don't end up in financial or legal hot water. Here are some main reasons a payroll service is valuable. It Ensures Paychecks Go Out on Time Hopefully, you have employees who truly enjoy what they do. But as an employer, your most critical promise to your employees is to make sure their paychecks go out on time.
2 August 2017
The negotiation process after a car accident can be challenging. During the negotiations, the insurance adjuster might claim that he or she would prefer it if the case is heard in court. In many instances, this is a bluff. If the adjuster has threatened court, here is what you need to know. Why Is It a Bluff? A majority of car accident cases are settled before they head to court. There is a good reason for this.
18 July 2017
While having a will is certainly important, it's best if this important document plays but one part of a complete estate plan. Nothing can entirely replace a will, but using a revocable trust can make an enormous difference in how your estate is handled after your death. To avoid missing out on this handy method of efficiently dealing with some major aspects of your estate, read on to learn more about revocable trusts.
18 July 2017