Does Your Car Have A Little Black Box? The Information It Carries Could End Up Being Important To Your Case

Airplanes have been carrying them for decades: "the little black boxes," or event data recorders (EDRs), that are searched for after every plane crash in order to see if it can explain what happened to cause the crash. Did you know, though, that you're probably driving with your very own little black box? Not only that, but an EDR could play a major role one day in court if you end up suing someone—or being sued—for an accident. Read More 

Can You Get Reimbursed If You Paid Child Support For A Child That Was Not Yours?

You have spent the last few years paying your ex child support for a child you believed was yours. Now, you have found out that the child is someone else's. The question is – shouldn't the actual parent of the child have been paying child support instead of you? Can you get reimbursed for the money you paid? Here is a closer look at your rights. When Was the DNA Test Completed? Read More 

Two Tips You Can Use To Get A Personal Injury Lawyer When Funds Are Low

Working with a lawyer can be absolutely invaluable when you're dealing with a personal injury lawsuit. They help you understand just how the negligence of someone else has impacted your life so that you won't be willing to settle for scraps from the opposing party's insurance company.  However, if a personal injury matter crops up during a time when you're short on cash, you may think that quality representation is out of reach. Read More 

3 Birth Related Malpractice Lawsuit Options

When you have a baby, it should be one of the most touching and exciting times in your life. Unfortunately, there are some incidents that can happen that can dampen this experience. Other incidents are downright tragic. If you feel that the action taken, or not taken, by the medical staff where you gave birth, you may be entitled to legal damages through a medical malpractice suit. The following are different forms of birth-related medical malpractice: Read More 

Family Lawyer Or Civil Lawyer? Deciphering Which One You Need When You Lived Together But Are Breaking Up

If you lived with your significant other for years without being legally married and now you are going your own ways, you may be wondering if you need a family lawyer to resolve some family issues. For example, if  you had children together and these children grew up in the home with both parents, do child custody laws apply? What if you shared a bank account and both of you contributed to it, even though one person made more money than the other? Read More