• How to Win a Personal Injury Claim When Injured Through a Dog Bite?

    According to aafp.org, there are about 4 million Americans who get bitten by dogs each year and nearly 800,000 of these victims receive medical treatment. This should not come as a surprise knowing the fact that Americans are fond of keeping dogs as pets and with several different breeds of dogs who bite humans being found in both Canada and the United States.

    Now, a personal injury case in which you get bitten and injured by a dog, it’s often the dog owner’s liability to pay compensation to you including the present and future medical expenses and other financial losses. … Read More

  • Things You Should Know After Being Injured in a Workplace Accident!

    Accidents may happen anywhere, on roads, at home, or at work. Unlike the accidents happening on roads and in homes, the accidents at workplaces are those that demand your employer’s attention and your rights to seek compensation if you get injured due to the negligence of your employer in providing a safe and non-hazardous physical working environment.

    The United States law, as it requires, the employees are entitled to receive medical care appropriate to a workplace injury and also compensation if there’s a disability arising out of a workplace accident. If an injury is caused due to an accident occurring … Read More

  • Reasons Why Even The Best Personal Injury Lawyers Will Refuse Your Case

    You got hurt while driving on the roads in Tacoma city, Washington and you feel that a personal injury lawyer should fight your case to get you compensated by the offender. But, to your surprise, some personal injury attorneys outrightly refuse your case and you might think that the attorney is incapable of taking up your case. You might then consult your friends or colleagues regarding your case and somebody might just suggest the name of the ‘best personal injury’ lawyer living in the area where you live.

    Now, if the above recommendation too falls flat on your face, … Read More

  • Alimony After divorce: The Grounds on Which Modification is Possible

    Some couples after getting divorced believe that alimony or spousal support once ordered by the courts can not be amended. This is however not true because the spouse (wife or husband) who is financially dependent upon the other may undergo a change in the earning capacity or the spouse who supports the other may undergo a change in the capacity to pay. Yet, the modifications in alimony vary from state to state and it’s wise to be aware of such state laws.

    In Tacoma City, Washington, for example, the grounds for making modifications in alimony might be different from that … Read More

  • Do I have legal control over the other parent’s visit to my child?

    So what if you are a child’s mother/father, I take better care of the child.”

    “I was all alone when I gave birth to this child and so I don’t think you are fit, physically, financially, or even emotionally, to take care of the child.”

    The above are explanations or ‘voices of distrust’ that emerge when the child lives with one parent and the other parent expresses the desire to see the child. Now, if you are the parent who is separated from the spouse and living with the child, you will likely object to the other parent’s visit to … Read More

  • Have You Changed Your Mind After You Have Signed The Divorce Papers?

    The stages through which you need to go for seeking a divorce isn’t easy by any stretch of the imagination and you might even lose a pound of your flesh. Imagine then, how difficult it can get for you when you decide to reconcile with your partner after filing a petition for divorce or after the divorce decree has been passed. And, yet, if you have decided to give your about-to-end marital relationship another shot, the outcome will depend on the extent to which your case has been pursued by an attorney or the court.

    To bring a change in … Read More

  • The Types of Personal Injury Cases and How To Receive a Compensation?

    It was just another day for David when he was walking along the 6th Avenue of Tacoma city, Washington when he was hit by a car driver from behind. How could a pedestrian who was going to have his evening dinner in the restaurant ‘The Table’ would expect that he is going to be hit by a car? But, it had happened.

    He got hit by someone who was on drugs and driving almost semi-consciously. The accident was brutal and David had lost his one limb. His family had then approached us and we worked towards getting him compensated for … Read More

  • Reasons Why Domestic Violence Cases Go Unreported When They Shouldn’t!

    Come to think of domestic violence and you usually come across cases where it’s the women who are battered most in the United States. A look at the statistics would better justify the preceding sentence. If there were nearly 4 in 10 males who suffered domestic abuse at the hands of their current or former partner, then it was about 6 in 10 females who became victims of either physical, sexual, or emotional abuse. All the more, it’s quite terrifying to learn that nearly about 325,000 women in their pregnancy are stalked by their partners.

    Ask further and you come … Read More

  • 10 Important Things You Should not do Before, During, or After Divorce

    When it comes to divorce, most couples find it emotionally draining and a time-taking separation process not because of the family court systems (because a divorce attorney is expected to deliver services on time and which most divorce attorneys do without leading their clients astray) but because of the mistakes often committed by the couples themselves. Such mistakes can extend the process of divorce and impact other areas of your life as well such as your professional career and resettlement in life.

    As a matter of fact, if you come across a divorce lawyer of Tacoma, you will find … Read More

  • Top Nine Signs To Indicate If It’s Time For You To Seek a Divorce!

    Ever wondered, why marriage is called a social institution? Is it a social custom or practice that as a woman or woman you must abide by it? Was this institution created to punish the other person or yourself? Or, was it created in the first place so that you both can learn from each other’s mistakes, be caring and affectionate towards each other, let go of certain outcomes, and let go of your own ego at times to save your marriage from crumbling like the plaster coming off from the walls or a pack of playing cards that comes down … Read More