When You’re Religious, and You’re a Lawyer


3 Things You Need To Know About Your Rights As A Grandparent

Posted by on 10:22 am in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Things You Need To Know About Your Rights As A Grandparent

When it comes to child custody, most people assume all of the fighting and arguing takes place between the two parents. However, that is not always the case. In recent years there have been more and more grandparents turning to the courts to get visitation with their grandchildren. If you are being denied access to your grandchild by their parents, don’t lose hope. Here are three things you need to know about your rights as a grandparent. 1. Grandparents’ rights differ from state to state One of the most important things you must...

read more

After An Accident: 4 Things You Shouldn’t Do When Dealing With The Insurance Company

Posted by on 4:16 am in Uncategorized | 0 comments

After a car accident, you can expect to be contacted by the insurance company pretty quickly. If you are dealing with your own insurance company, it can pay to be as cooperative as possible. If you are dealing with the other party’s insurer, however, you should know that the company will probably try to get out of paying you the money that is owed to you. Therefore, you need to tread carefully when dealing with insurance companies, no matter how nice insurance adjusters or agents might seem. These are a few things that you should always...

read more

Disability And Student Loans: What You Should Know

Posted by on 11:26 pm in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you find yourself disabled, you may wonder what effect this will have on your financial situation. While receiving Social Security Disability income (SSDI) can help, bills like student loans may seem overwhelming. There are options to help you out, though. So, get to know how disability affects student loans and what you can do to ease the burden of student loan debt. Economic Hardship Deferments Receiving benefits and public assistance such as SSDI, SNAP benefits (food stamps), Medicaid, welfare or other such benefits qualify student loan...

read more

Who To Call When There Is An Error On Your Medical Claim

Posted by on 5:14 am in Uncategorized | 0 comments

What do you do if you feel your health insurance company has processed your claim incorrectly and they refuse to get it adjusted? If you are facing a situation like this, an insurance law attorney may be able to help. What Are Insurance Law Attorneys? First of all, insurance law attorneys are experts in the field of insurance and how insurance claims are handled. They work with a variety of insurance types including automobile, homeowners, and health insurance. If the insurance company denies a claim or refuses to pay, insurance law attorneys...

read more

A Kinder, Gentler Way To End A Marriage: Collaborative Divorce

Posted by on 4:37 am in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When divorce is inevitable and you are both ready to file papers to make it legal, you should know that there is an alternative to traditional divorce proceedings. If you and your spouse are able to discuss issues with mutual respect, you may be able to save time and money by taking part in a collaborative divorce. Collaborative divorce is a relatively new idea in divorce proceedings. The concept is thought to have originated with New Jersey divorce attorney Curtis J. Romanowski in 1988, but has slowly gained popularity in recent...

read more

Financial Woes Got You In A Bind? 3 Tips To Help You Manage Your Debt

Posted by on 4:42 pm in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Dealing with debt can be really stressful and sobering. If you are struggling with this money issue, you might consider taking these steps. They can help you get your life financially back in order. Make a Budget Before doing anything drastic, your first step should be creating a budget. Start by writing down your expenses. Circle expenses that you simply can’t live without, such as bills, rent and daily living expenses. Eradicating unnecessary expenses like leisure activities can help you create a savings fund – allowing you to pay off...

read more

Vehicular Manslaughter Versus Vehicular Homicide: Your Criminal Attorney Explains The Difference

Posted by on 11:28 am in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Accidentally killing someone with your car is a truly terrifying ordeal, unless you have no remorse about the situation whatsoever. Most people, however, feel absolutely awful that their poor driving or careless drinking led them to this point. You may be hearing several terms thrown about by your lawyer and the prosecution: homicide, vehicular homicide, vehicular manslaughter. All of these seem to be the same thing to you, so how does a criminal attorney, such as Kaiser Law Group, tell the difference? The answer is fairly simple– it...

read more

2 Ways To Increase Your Chances Of Winning An Auto Accident Case

Posted by on 2:35 am in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Getting into an auto accident is a very stressful experience, and that stress can often be made worse when you try to sue the person at fault for the accident. The additional stress will often come from the fact that if you cannot prove that the other person was at fault, then you will have to find some way of paying for your own medical and repair bills. Two ways to increase your chances of winning an auto accident case are to take pictures of the scene of the accident and document everything. Take Pictures Of The Scene Of The Accident The...

read more

3 Things To Try Before Seeking Divorce

Posted by on 5:21 am in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you first start thinking about divorce, you may wonder if your marriage can be helped. That’s why you have to do everything possible to make sure that a divorce is what you really want. Here are three things you can do now to see if your marriage is worth saving. Take Responsibility In most marriages, one person is not causing all of the strife in a marriage. Even if it feels like your spouse is the one who is doing everything wrong, try to see things from a different perspective and think about how you may contribute to the...

read more

5 Types Of Medical Malpractice Errors

Posted by on 10:36 am in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have been hurt, rather than helped when visiting a doctor or hospital, you may have a medical malpractice case on your hands. As the plaintiff in this situation, you should be aware of the common reasons a lawsuit of this type may be filed. Knowing common medical errors may assist you if you are faced with a dilemma of this magnitude. Type #1: Misdiagnosis If you are experiencing any type of medical symptoms that may indicate a condition, you will possibility visit a medical provider and have this evaluated. The role of your doctor is...

read more