Getting pulled over for a traffic ticket is definitely one of the worst feelings in the world, and it’s even worse if you’re pulled over because the police officer suspects that you’re driving while intoxicated or driving under the influence of drugs. With some help from an experienced legal professional, it’s possible to get out of these traffic violations — or at the very least, to have the charges reduced as much as possible — but only if you know what to do (and what not to do) when you get pulled over: The first, and most important, thing to remember is that you should stay calm and polite. The one way to ruin your chances to get out of a traffic ticket Continue reading
If you’re the victim of a DWI arrest, there are a few reasons why you shouldn’t just accept a conviction without a fight — especially if you’re not guilty of driving while intoxicated — and these DWI punishments all focus around long-term consequences that can affect every part of your life. It’s possible to get away with a standard fine for a small drunk driving charge, but it’s just as possible to end up with thousands of dollars in fines, jail time, a loss of driving privileges, and even fewer opportunities for housing and employment.
Is it easy to fight a drunk charge on your own? Definitely not. In fact, Continue reading
In the year 2013, 917,100 occupational injuries and illnesses occurred which resulted in employees missing work days. If you are hurt at work, it is important to know the steps to take to make sure you receive the workers compensation you deserve. Getting hurt at work can be a scary and stressful time. Here are some measures to help you when you are in this difficult situation.
#1. Make A Workers Compensation Claim
Occupational injuries caused workers to miss an average of eight days in 2013. If you are hurt at work and as a result are unable to work or have to miss work because of medical needs, you will need to make a workers compensation claim. Designed to protect workers who get hurt on the job, workers compensation will pay the entirety of your m Continue reading