Why You Should Hire A Lawyer To Represent You After Getting A Serious Traffic Ticket

So, you got a serious traffic ticket and you're worried about the ramifications it could have on your life. There are probably a lot of questions on your mind. Can you afford to pay the fines? What will you say to the judge? Hiring a lawyer to represent you can take some of the pressure off your shoulders. Here are a few other reasons to have an experienced moving violation attorney represent you: [Read More]

How An Employee Separation Agreement Protects Your Business

If your company was forced to let an employee go, your company could experience problems if the employee decides to retaliate. Employees who are let go often feel a lot of anger and resentment, and this can lead to a variety of problems for your business. If you want to avoid problems with this person in the future, you might want to create an employee separation agreement. What Is an Employee Separation Agreement? [Read More]

When Harm Visits The Innocent

No matter how much care you used choosing your daycare provider, you cannot help but feel a stab of anxiety when you hear about abuse occurring in other facilities. Sometimes, in spite of a parent's best efforts, abuse happens. You have the right to expect that your children are cared for in a healthy and safe environment, but daycare abuse can happen at the best of places. Read on for a guide on spotting the signs that your child may be in danger at their daycare or babysitter. [Read More]

Believe Your Well Has Been Contaminated Due To Someone's Negligence? Here's What To Do

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 15 million homes in the United States have wells that supply drinking water.  Based on research done by the U.S. Geological Survey, 20% of private wells have contaminants. Contamination of wells can cause serious illnesses and decreased property values. Due to the serious nature of water well contamination, the Environmental Protection Agency has established the Clean Water Act, which regulates water pollution and sets water quality standards and requirements that, if not met, can lead to lawsuits in federal court. [Read More]