Suing For Damages After Being Falsely Accused Of Committing A Crime

Posted on: 9 July 2018

Being falsely accused of a crime can have a devastating impact on a person's life, resulting in a damaged reputation and even jail time if the bogus allegations culminate in criminal convictions. If you suffered because someone accused you of a crime you didn't commit and you were eventually vindicated, here are two torts you can use to force the perpetrator to compensate you for the harm done. Defamation of Character [Read More]

What Your Charges Might Be if You Kill Someone with a Car

Posted on: 4 May 2018

It was an accident. You did not intentionally kill someone with your car (even thought lots of other people have). You did not even know the victims. It was just an accident. There is just one problem with that. There are still people who cannot go home tonight nor wake up the next day. Their surviving family members will likely be angry and grieving. You are charged with their deaths, but the charges do not make sense. [Read More]

Personal Injury Situations That Buy You Time

Posted on: 12 April 2018

Most people know about the statute of limitations. This rule exists in all states and covers everything from personal injury cases to murder, and it places finite and unbending rules on how soon you must bring a case. If you fail to take legal action after you've been hurt in a car accident, for example, your case will be "thrown out" of civil court by being dismissed. There are a few unique injury situations, however, that allow filers more time due to the nature of the harm done. [Read More]

Dispelling Common Motor Vehicle Violation Myths

Posted on: 20 March 2018

Driving a car may be a task that you do so frequently that you give little thought. However, it can be surprisingly easy to violate any of the numerous regulations and laws that govern vehicles on public roads. Violations of these laws are serious matters that many drivers may not fully appreciate due to the prevalence of some common notions and myths. Myth: There Are No Long-Term Consequences Of Being Convicted Of A Traffic Violation [Read More]