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]

Two Sides To Every Case: Which Type Of Criminal Law Attorney Do You Need?

Criminal law is a rather large area of law to practice. There are numerous sub-practices under this same heading. If you just google "criminal law attorney" to find a lawyer, you will see that the various types will overwhelm the search results. You will need to narrow it down much more than that. Which type do you need? Here is how to get better results when trying to find and hire a lawyer for your own criminal case. [Read More]

Do You Know Your Civil Rights?

"My Civil Rights are being violated!" You've probably heard someone exclaim this from time to time. Maybe you have even thought it yourself. But sadly, many times when people think their Civil Rights are being violated, they are actually not. Other times, your rights may be violated without you realizing it. The first step in knowing whether your rights have been violated or not is knowing what those rights are.  [Read More]

What To Expect During An Initial Consultation With A Car Accident Lawyer

Being involved in a car accident that you did not cause can be very overwhelming, especially if you sustained injuries. It is normal to not know what to do or what steps to take. Immediately following a car accident, one of the best things you can do is hire a reputable car accident lawyer to represent you. The entire process of dealing with the other driver's insurance company and getting the settlement that you are entitled to will go much smoother if you have legal counsel representing you. [Read More]