Fault may seem obvious if you slip or trip and hurt yourself when at a commercial establishment. Most people immediately assume the business is to blame. This may not be the case, depending on where, how, and why the accident occurred. The following guide can help you better understand who may be liable for your accident. Who Can Be Liable? There is no single answer to this question, since each accident is different.
2 August 2015
Commercial litigation is different than other types of lawsuits. In personal injury cases and other types of similar litigation, one of the parties is an individual or a family, and other parties may comprise businesses, government agencies or some other type of organizational office. Commercial litigation is a little different--if you're involved in commercial litigation, or contemplating this type of lawsuit, read on to discover some of the ways that lawyers work through a commercial litigation case and achieve resolution that is fair and equitable to both parties.
31 July 2015
An amicable divorce is a noble goal, but it's also a difficult one. Ending a relationship is often emotionally fraught; add to that the legal complexity of divorce, and you can see why amicable divorces are not more common. But when they are possible, they have a host of benefits. They are generally faster and less stressful than adversarial divorces, and they are less expensive as well. So is an amicable divorce right for you?
31 July 2015
If you are pulled over for drunk driving, it's not the end of the line; there are still some ways that you can avoid getting charged and losing your license. Here are some steps that you can take to clear up your case. Choosing Whether or Not to Plead Guilty In the case of a drunk driving charge, it's often wise not to plead guilty. If you admit to drunk driving when the officer pulls you over, it becomes more of a cut and dry case that will result in a drunk driving charge.
27 July 2015