Why You Should Handle A Wrongful Death Case With An Attorney

After you have experienced the death of a loved one, you may feel like you want to hold another party responsible to account for the death. However, you might be concerned with how expensive it may be to hire a wrongful death attorney. The good news is that many wrongful death attorneys may not charge any money at all until they have helped you get paid after you have won your case. Read More 

Tips To Remember Following Your Construction Site Accident

A construction site by its very nature can be a dangerous place. There's lots of heavy machinery moving around and heavy objects being lifted, sometimes to great heights. Construction company owners typically take lots of precautions to ensure a safe working environment for their employees, but sometimes things can still go wrong. If you were recently injured while working on a construction site, you should know that you may have an opportunity to seek financial compensation, especially if the accident was clearly not your fault. Read More 

Was Your Loved One The Victim Of A Deadly Assault? 3 Things You Need To Know About Filing A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

If your loved one was killed during an assault, it's important that you allow the criminal justice system to do its job. There will be criminal prosecutors doing their jobs to make sure that the person responsible for your loved one's death is brought to justice. But that doesn't mean you have to wait for your own sense of justice. You can proceed through the civil courts. While the criminal case is proceeding through the court system, you can bring your own civil lawsuit against the defendant. Read More