Dos & Don't of How to Respond to a Slip & Fall Accident

If you are a victim of a slip and fall accident that was not your fault, there are many things that you'll have to do to ensure that you receive compensation from an injury lawsuit. Here are some dos and don'ts to follow after the accident. Do: Report the Accident Immediately While it may seem a bit obvious, it is important that you report the accident immediately to whoever would be responsible for causing it. [Read More]

Five Things You Should Do If You're Preparing To File An Age Discrimination Lawsuit Against Your Former Employer

It's important to stand up for your rights if you feel that you were unfairly let go from a job by an employer because of your age. Unfortunately, age discrimination is increasingly common in the working world. If you've lost a job because of your age, you should do the following five things to prepare to file an age discrimination lawsuit. Make a record of events involving discrimination leading up to your decision to file suit  [Read More]

Tips For Hiring A DUI Attorney

If you are charged with a DUI (driving under the influence), finding a lawyer to represent you is crucial. The internet has made it easier now than it ever has been to find a lawyer that is a good fit for you. But there are some things to consider as you start your search. DUI Experience  Hiring a lawyer that has a strong background working with DUI cases is vital to the success of your case. [Read More]

Contracts And Construction: What You Need To Know

When you work in construction, you need to understand the business side of the operation. Contracts are vitally important in construction. The contract should completely lay out the responsibilities for everyone involved in the transaction. However, you should also know about some of the loopholes in contracts that can be detrimental to your business. The following are some things you should know about construction contracts and possible loopholes: Contract Loopholes [Read More]