• Reasons That Bedsores Can Constitute Neglect Or Abuse

    When you visit your parent at his or her nursing home, the last thing that you want to discover is that your parent is suffering from bedsores. This skin condition occurs when a patient remains in the same position in bed for a long period of time, and while it might not necessarily seem serious to some people, it's often a sign of either neglect of abuse. Documenting the bedsores — and likely finding an alternate living arrangement — for your parent will be your top priorities. [Read More]

  • Expect These Arguments From Your Security Company After An Injury On The Job

    When you work as a security guard, you accept that there are risks involved with your line of work. You also know, however, that with the right training, and by carefully following protocol, you should complete every shift without getting hurt. If you get injured during a security shift, you may file a workers' compensation claim — only to have your security company attempt to skirt responsibility so that it doesn't have to pay you. [Read More]

  • 4 Reasons You Should Hire A Business Transaction Lawyer

    A business transaction can be something as simple as buying a piece of candy in a shop to the transfer of ownership of a multinational corporation. Obviously, the implications of these two transactions are widely different and so is the complexity of the factors involved. As business transactions swing more towards the more complicated side of things, there is much less room for mistakes. To avoid making mistakes when carrying out serious business transactions, many individuals and companies hire attorneys who offer business transaction law services. [Read More]

  • Child Wrongful Death Cases And Divorced Parents: Who Can File?

    Filing a wrongful death lawsuit is the legal right of any parent who has lost their child due to the negligence of someone else. However, it would be unfair not to mention that the already complicated process only becomes more complex when the parents who file a suit are not married. It's important all parties involved in the process know what's ahead. Individual Suits Filing individual lawsuits is somewhat of a first come, first serve race. [Read More]