Frequently Asked Questions About Child Support

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A child support case is one of the most complex aspects of family law. This is why many people don't always understand how things work. Below are some of the frequently asked questions and their answers. They can give you insight into what to expect with your child support case. How Much Should You Pay for Child Support? Child support payments vary from one case to another. Therefore, there's no standardized amount set for any particular state.

25 March 2022

Personal Injury Cases For Stair Injuries

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Stairs are a major source of injury. It's easy to fall down the stairs when they are not maintained well. You may also have to be working with very little light. This can result in serious injuries, including lost income and serious pain. What can you do after you experience an injury on the stairs? Here are a few things you should know. The Responsibility to Visitors Businesses and private property owners have a duty of care for visitors on their property.

18 February 2022

Injuries You Should Always Seek Immediate Attention for After a Car Accident

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It is common to not feel pain from injuries immediately after a car accident. This is because your body is often pumping with adrenaline that helps to disguise the pain. On top of this, people expect to feel a bit sore after an accident, so once the adrenaline starts to wear off and pain is felt, they may chalk it up to normal aches and pain. While you may feel a bit stiff or sore following an accident, there are a few pains that you should not ignore if you have been in an accident.

10 January 2022

Can You Sue A Doctor For Medical Malpractice For A Vaccine Injury?

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If you've been injured or fallen ill after getting a vaccine, you may be wondering if you can sue for medical malpractice. That depends on exactly how you were injured. Here's what you should know. What Are the Different Ways to Recover for a Vaccine Injury? There are two possible ways to recover for a vaccine injury. One is suing the vaccine manufacturer and the other is suing your doctor. You would sue the vaccine manufacturer if there was something wrong with the vaccine itself.

30 November 2021

Understanding Reasonable Suspicion In DUI Cases And How Your DUI Lawyer Can Help

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One of the defense strategies your DUI lawyer may go with for your case is challenging reasonable suspicion or probable cause. Your attorney will do this by filing a motion to suppress evidence. Want to get a better understanding of this defense that your DUI attorney will be presenting for your case? Here is what you should know. Reasonable Suspicion for DUI Stop: What It Constitutes As per the Fourth Amendment's protections against unreasonable searches and seizures, an officer of the law is only allowed to pull you over if they have a reasonable and articulable suspicion that you were, are, or are going to be involved in illegal activity in DUI.

21 October 2021

Logistical Considerations Of Online Mediation

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Mediation is one option to get during a divorce. You and your spouse can avoid litigation and work out the details of your divorce together through mediation. With the onset of the global pandemic, many divorcing couples have turned to online mediation to obtain a divorce. However, there are some logistical issues you need to consider before moving forward with online divorce mediation. How Will You Choose a Mediator? Since you will not be meeting mediators in person, choosing one you can both agree on may prove difficult.

16 September 2021

Reasons To Hire A Construction Lawyer

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If you're planning to build a structure, you need all the help you can get, especially regarding legal matters. Hence, you require a construction lawyer to guide you. Here are the reasons for hiring construction attorneys. Legal Protection Construction work is risky, and accidents may happen at any time. In this regard, if the construction workers sustain injuries while within the construction site, you may be liable. While the workers may be insured, the injured party may sometimes decide to sue you for the damages.

12 August 2021