When my husband I decided to start a business, we didn't think about the legal aspects of doing so. We didn't realize that purchasing business insurance, getting building permits and making investments all required some type of legal advice. But after speaking to a close friend, who also happens to own a small business, we contacted a business attorney. Now, we have the legal smarts to make the best decisions for our business, as well as the legal representation in case something happens to our company. I hope that you find my blog helpful and informative for your own business. It's a great resource for finding the legal advice, resources and guidance you need to get your company up and running.
28 March 2017
If you slip and fall on a government property, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries just as you would be if injured on other premises. However, you should brace yourself for the complications of seeking injury compensation from a government entity. Here are a few examples of these complications: Immunity Some government agencies claim immunity from lawsuits when they are subjected to injury claims. It's true that the law grants immunity for some government agencies under certain conditions.
16 March 2017
When you run a business and Mother Nature has just dropped snow and ice on your city, it's important to give some thought to the safety of your customers. As they'll be on your property, you may be responsible for any injuries they suffer as a result of the poor traction outside, and you don't want to find yourself on the receiving end of a personal injury suit. While a top-tier personal injury attorney can ideally help you beat the case or settle it for an agreeable amount, it's best to avoid the entire process if you can.
8 March 2017
If you and your spouse are looking to get divorced, but you also want to file for bankruptcy, the timing of your bankruptcy can be important. When you file for bankruptcy before you officially file for divorce, you can take care of your financial debts as a couple. If you wait until after you are divorced, you can end up spending more money on your bankruptcy, and become responsible for debt that isn't fair to you.
8 March 2017
A divorce is an extremely stressful process for all involved. After all, splitting up affects all facets of your life – from shared friends to pet custody. While divorce isn't pleasant, couples can usually come to an agreement on who gets to keep the trivial things – like pots and pans. Unfortunately, coming to an agreement about finances isn't as easy. During a divorce, your finances will likely take a hit.
3 March 2017
If you've lost your only source of income due to a debilitating disease or injury, you're going to need your social security disability benefits. Unfortunately,only about 30-35% of applications for benefits are approved on the first attempt. That means you have between a 65-70% chance of having your application denied on the first attempt. That doesn't mean you should give up. It means that you should take the necessary steps to increase your chances of receiving an approval that first time out.