Know Your Rights as a Tenant in California

« Back to Home

POSTS

Determining The Extent Of Your Injuries: Focusing On Your Treatment Is Essential

Posted on

As the victim in a personal injury lawsuit, your biggest job is to document your injuries and work to recover from those injuries. When you work closely with your treatment team, you are showing that you are truly injured and that you are trying hard to recover. Personal injury lawsuit compensation takes into consideration how long you are out of work, the severity of your injuries, and your potential financial losses because you are out of work. Read More»

Don't Count Out Any Injury Compensation Opportunities

Posted on

Being injured on the job can deliver a lot of challenges to your door. Workers compensation (also known as workmans compensation or workers comp) exists to cover medical bills related to the injury and a percentage of your pay as you recover. Unfortunately, not all workers compensation situations are the same, and there are a few benefits you may be leaving on the table or at least delaying without the right information. Read More»

Court Reporting: Example Of An Irreplaceable Profession

Posted on

There are certain jobs that will just not go away. Despite advances in automation, artificial intelligence (AI) and other hi-tech innovations, some people never have to worry about being out of work. One perfect example of an irreplaceable job is court reporting. Now, not everyone would agree with that declaration. Plenty of folks think tape recording devices can do the job just as well. Just set the recorder, then hand copy all the information later. Read More»

Is Cellphone Tracking Reliable Evidence? Many People Don't Think So

Posted on

If you watch the news or any type of crime-based drama television, you’ve probably heard of evidence from cellphone towers being used in a trial to bring someone to justice. However, should that sort of evidence really be allowed in court? Many people don’t think so. Here’s what you should know about the issue. Cellphone tracking is a relatively new phenomenon.  Evidence called “cellphone tracking” has been admitted into court trials fairly easily, especially for something that’s so new. Read More»

3 Ways To Take Care Of Yourself After The Wrongful Death Of Your Spouse

Posted on

If your spouse just died, and you feel that their death was the result of negligence on the part of another party, it can be even more difficult to deal with the passing of your spouse. Here are three ways that you can take care of yourself after your spouse dies because of what you consider to be questionable circumstances. #1 Take Care Of Your Needs The first thing you need to do is make sure that you are not neglecting your own needs. Read More»

How To Be Proactive About Getting Custody Of Your Kids

Posted on

The best situation that divorcing parents can hope for is an amicable friendship where the best interests of their kids are considered at every part of the journey. Unfortunately, in the real world, that just isn’t always the case, and sometimes a divorcing parent may feel that the other parent is unfit or not suited to share custody. If you think that you may need to gear up for a custody battle, see a child custody lawyer as soon as you are even considering a divorce, and start taking these proactive tips to put the odds better in your favor when it comes to child custody. Read More»

Did You Bring Home Bed Bugs From Your Vacation? Consider Contacting An Attorney

Posted on

Coming home with a bed bug infestation is probably one of the worst endings to a vacation that anyone can imagine—except maybe ending up homeless as a result of the bed bug infestation and subsequent treatments designed to eradicate the pests. This is what you should know about the physical and financial dangers of bed bugs. The Bed Bug Is Back With A Vengeance After nearly being eradicated in the U. Read More»

4 Factors That Can Affect Bail-Bond Proceedings Revealed

Posted on

Have you ever wondered how bail-bond amounts are set? You may have noticed that people can be accused of the same crimes but have their bail bonds set at different amounts. The following are a few things that judges consider when setting bail. A bail-bonds company or criminal-defense lawyer is a good resource to use to delve further into bond procedures specific to your jurisdiction. History Judges take the histories of individuals into consideration when setting bail. Read More»

Deciding Whether to Fight a Traffic Ticket

Posted on

Receiving a traffic ticket doesn’t necessarily mean that you are guilty of the alleged crime. However, courts are more inclined to believe traffic officers than defendants. Thus, if you have been ticketed, you should evaluate your situation carefully before deciding to mount a challenge. Here are some of the factors to consider first. Whether Your Actions Endangered Anyone Traffic laws are meant to keep all road users safe on the road. Read More»

Worker's Compensation 101: What You And Your Family Need To Know About Death Benefits

Posted on

If you work in an industry with a high rate of occupational injuries such as construction or transportation, it is important to understand the full breadth of your worker’s compensation rights in case you suffer an accident on the job. Furthermore, you need to be aware of how your family will be compensated if you do not recover from your injuries. You can then explain to them what kinds of of death benefits they are entitled to if you pass away. Read More»