Your Legal Rights at Work

  • Auto Accidents Involving Pedestrians: What You Need To Know

    13 May 2015

    Auto accidents involving pedestrians are not as common as accidents that involve two vehicles, but they still occur far too frequently. Pedestrian-related accidents often result in serious injuries to the pedestrian, so legal actions sometimes arise from these unfortunate events. This article takes a closer look at some of the legal issues surrounding mishaps between vehicles and individuals on foot. At Fault Laws generally demand that drivers must be extra careful in order to avoid striking a pedestrian.

  • What You Need To Know If You Ride A Personal Vehicle Instead Of A Car Or Motorcycle

    23 April 2015

    You may include yourself among the many people out there biking on the road, skateboarding on the sidewalk, or using some other modern ride-on. These conveyance devices aren't automobiles or motorcycles, but if you find yourself in an accident while on one of them, you still have many rights. Those rights include pursuing a personal injury case. However, you need to understand a few things before you attempt to sue someone for personal injury.

  • Two Reasons Why You Need A Worker's Compensation Attorney In Your Corner

    13 April 2015

    Dealing with a worker's compensation claim can be extremely hard if you're doing it alone. You're trying to lay claim to your rights, but it can be hard to be approved because of the fact that insurance companies are so leery of paying out to constituents in a sue-happy society. Regardless of how severe your injuries are, you won't be able to get the monetary restitution that you deserve if you are not adequately able to prove your case.

  • 4 Problems Your Lawyer Needs To Know About Before Your Child Custody Hearing

    1 April 2015

    If you are in the process of fighting for custody of your child, then it's important to sit down and tell your lawyer all of the facts that are relevant to your case. Even though there are some things that you might rather keep private, you do need to tell your lawyer all of these things and anything else that might be relevant to your case. Otherwise, you could risk not getting custody of your little one.

  • Underage DUI – How Will It Impact Your Life?

    25 March 2015

    Driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol is a common occurrence all over the country. Laws and penalties are becoming more strict each year and those who make the mistake of driving after a few drinks can find themselves facing jail time, thousands of dollars in fines and the loss of their driving privileges. Sadly, teenagers and young adults under the legal drinking age also make the mistake of driving under the influence and their penalties become even more damaging.

  • 3 Things You Need to Know About Posting Bail

    12 March 2015

    Posting bail is used to get yourself out of jail prior to a court appearance. It's typically required if you have a previous criminal history, or if you committed a serious crime. Bail is used to ensure you will show up at your court hearing, as you will lose the money if you do not show up. Arraignment Your first time appearing in court will be for your arraignment, and a judge will make a decision about your potential release before your court date.

  • Medical Malpractice: When Healthcare Seriously Screws Up

    3 March 2015

    If your doctor has made an egregious error that has led to a serious decline in your health, then you should consider filing a legal case for malpractice. By doing so, you can recover some of your future medical costs and possibly be paid money for the damage that was caused to you by no fault of your own. Definition of Medical Malpractice Medical malpractice is simply legal-speak for a medical error.