• Lawyer Sanctioned $1 Million!

      Lawyer Sanctioned $1 Million! There is a public perception that judges protect lawyers. Unfortunately, that is often true, especially in legal malpractice cases. Tick off the judge, however, and all bets are off. A judge in Philadelphia sanctioned lawyer Nancy Raynor $1,000,000 after finding she made a reference to smoking in a medical malpractice case involving the victim’s ...

      Legal Malpractice - Chris Trebatoski- 4 readers -
    • Why Making Small Monthly Credit Card Payments Is Not Helping Get You Out Of Debt

      It is admirable to want to repay your debts. The majority of your creditors, however, do not make it easy for the average consumer who is struggling financially to repay debts. If you are struggling financially, your credit card interest rates are probably 25% (or higher). The credit card companies may lower your limit and will charge ‘over limit fees’ if your balance goes over that amount.

      Dove Bankruptcy Law- 4 readers -
    • Uninsured Motorist Claim Settles for Maximum Amount of $20k

      Our offices were contacted by a 43-year-old man who was rear-ended at the intersection of Route 53 and Edge Hill Road. While stopped at a red light a motorist slammed into the back of our clients car sending our client into oncoming traffic. Luckily there was no additional accidents as a result of the rear-end collision. The police were called to the scene to investigate.

      Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 3 readers -
  • I’ve Filed a Bankruptcy in the Past. Can I File Another Bankruptcy?

    You can usually file another bankruptcy, but in order to receive a discharge in your second bankruptcy there may by a minimal amount of time that must have passed between the cases. The time between filing bankruptcies to receive a discharge runs from the date of the filing of your previous bankruptcy to the date of the filing of the new bankruptcy.

    Dove Bankruptcy Law- 2 readers -
  • Take the 52-Week Money Challenge to Start Saving Money Today

    Have you heard about the 52-Week Money Challenge that has been published all over the internet? It is an easy plan to help someone establish a savings account and to help people who have difficulty saving money actually have a method to SAVE money. I have had several friends and family members tell me about this challenge and I think that this plan is a great way for someone to ...

    Mary Pool/ Bond and Botes- 2 readers -
  • Will My Car Accident Case Always Go to Trial?

    Will My Car Accident Case Always Go to Trial? When many people think of a lawsuit, they think of attorneys battling it out in court in front of a judge and jury as so often portrayed in movies and on television programs. Because these scenes can often be quite dramatic and intense, it is understandable why an injured individual may be hesitant to pursue filing a lawsuit agains ...

    Bruning Legal- 2 readers -
  • Former MLB Pitcher Sues His Former Financial Advisers

    Former MLB Pitcher Sues His Former Financial Advisers Posted on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 9:43 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: Former MLB pitcher, Jaret Wright, is suing his advisers at CSI Capital Management, Sun Trust Bank and accounting firm Taylor & Faust for fraud, misrepresentation, negligence and other wrongful conduct. Wright is seeking to recover $7.

    Eccleston Law Offices- 2 readers -
  • Safer Road Trips with Kids

    If you are a parent, chances are that your kids are already counting down the days until summer vacation. While we still have a little time left to prepare, summer travels will be here before we know it. That means getting ready for road trips. A big part of this is ensuring that our families are safe. There are many things that you need to do to ensure a safe road trip.

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 2 readers -
    Earlier about the same topic:
  • Invoice from representative of the appointment

    For appointments away from the own law firm other lawyers on site are frequently appointed as representative of the appointment. If they then have done their work, they send their debit note. So even recently. Only the bill was too high. So the lawy ...

    www.r24.de/en/- 3 readers -
  • Injured By A Car or Truck as a Pedestrian?

    If you or your child is injured by a car or truck as a pedestrian, you should obtain a legal consultation immediately. Do not give any statements to anyone. These cases are especially fact specific, and it is important that your attorney gather evidence right away so that it can be preserved. For example, if a child is getting on or off a school bus, it is important to know whe ...

    fountaininjurylaw- 4 readers -
  • ATTORNEY’S FEES AGAINST COMMON LAW PAYMENT BONDS

    On sophisticated construction projects (federal, Florida public, or Florida private projects), it is not uncommon for a prime (general) contractor to require that certain subcontractors furnish the prime contractor a payment bond. When the subcontractor furnishes the prime contractor a payment bond, this bond is a common law bond because it is not a bond furnished in accordan ...

    Florida Construction Legal Updates- 3 readers -
  • Cancellation of Removal for Non-Permanent Residents

    crime > Cancellation of Removal for Non-Permanent Residents As a Miami immigration lawyer, I have represented foreign-born clients who have been living in the United States without legal status for some time, and who have been placed in deportation (removal) proceedings. Being placed in deportation proceedings is obviously a stressful scenario for the immigrant, and for his/her family.

    Michael G. Murray/ Miami Immigration Lawyer- 2 readers -
  • Export Import Bank – Ripe for Whistleblowers

    Ex Im Bank – Whistleblowers Desperately Needed It has only been 3 months since we last wrote about the Export Import Bank. A product of the President Roosevelt’s New Deal in 1934, the bank is officially an agency of the United States government. The bank’s mission is to finance and insure foreign purchases of United States goods for customers unable or unwilling to accept credit risk.

    Due Diligence- 3 readers -
  • When is it A Good Time to Start A Solo Law Firm?

    Whether you are an associate or partner at a law firm, thinking about starting your own firm, or a recent graduate* of law school, there are several things you should consider before setting up shop on your own. Here are 4 things that make you more likely to succeed as a solo law practitioner: 1) Experience at a larger firm Being a senior associate or better yet a partner at ...

    Eva Hibnick/ One 400- 4 readers -
Get the top posts daily into your mailbox!
The latest from our blog
See more
More from around the web