Is Your Car Accident Claim Going to Settle?

Is Your Car Accident Claim Going to Settle?

Personal Injury
When car accident victims come to us, they often want to know whether their case is going to settle or they are going to have to go to court. While it’s impossible to predict how a case will be resolved until it actually concludes, it’s instructive to keep in mind that the overwhelming majority of car accident cases settle out of court. That said, there is always the chance that your case is going to trial. Some of the factors that can make it more likely that your case will go to trial include: The cause of the accident is not clear You were partially at fault for your accident There are significant noneconomic damages in dispute There may be more than one liable party You Need an Attorney Even…
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Speak to an Attorney Before Signing a Business Contract

Speak to an Attorney Before Signing a Business Contract

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Almost every company relies on contracts for many aspects of business operations. You may have contracts with vendors, clients, and many other parties. Some agreements may be informal and entered into verbally, but this does not make them invalid. In many situations, however, a contract must be in writing under the law or the parties prefer to have a formal written contract. Before you ever sign on the dotted line, you should first have an experienced business lawyer thoroughly review your contract. This goes for many types of agreements, including: Partnership or operating agreements Buy/sell agreements Vendor contracts Commercial leases Purchase or sale agreements Real estate contracts Employment contracts Common Contract Risks There are many risks of signing a contract without the counsel of a business attorney. The following are…
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Drunk Driving Accidents Spike Over the Holidays

Drunk Driving Accidents Spike Over the Holidays

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The holiday season is upon us, and everywhere you turn, people are shopping, gathering, and celebrating. From holiday office parties to family dinners to meeting with old friends, you can bet that many people are enjoying some eggnog, wine, champagne, and other alcoholic drinks during the holiday season. Problems arise when revelers decide to drive home after the party. Law enforcement agencies know that drunk driving increases from Thanksgiving to New Year’s, and they increase enforcement efforts during this time. However, police can’t arrest every drunk driver before they cause accidents, and a drunk driving accident can disrupt the holiday season for you and your family. Holding Drunk Drivers Liable for Your Losses If a drunk driver causes injuries, they should be held completely accountable for your medical bills, lost…
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