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How Is Fault Determined In A Winter Car Accident Injury Claim?

Winter driving conditions can be treacherous, and it is up to each driver to adapt to the conditions on the road. After a heavy snowfall, it can take a few days for the roads to be completely cleared, especially sideroads, which means some roads will be more dangerous to drive on than others. For this reason, drivers must drive defensively and slow down, taking more care. If you were involved in a car accident during the winter months and were injured, can you file a personal injury claim against the other driver? Read More 

Rainy Day Driving Problems And Fault

When it rains, it doesn't just pour, it can also cause accidents to happen. Even though many might guess that icy roads are worse than wet ones, it's wet roads, with or without snow or ice, that create the most dangerous conditions for drivers. The reasons for that are explained below, along with how you can know who is to blame after a rainy day accident. The Problem With Wet Roads Read More 

Reasons To Use A Real Estate Lawyer

Are you going through the process of buying or selling a home? If so, you may be deciding if you need to hire a real estate lawyer to assist with the process. Here are a few reasons why you want to have a lawyer on your team.  A Lawyer Is Sometimes Required Be aware that there are some states that require using a lawyer when you are buying or selling a home. Read More 

Partition Action: Can It Help You Sell Jointly-Owned Inherited Property?

If you and your adult sibling inherit property from your deceased parents, you may wish to sell the home in order to avoid potential problems with your sibling. But if your sibling refuses to sell the property, you may want to file a partition action suit to solve the issue. You'll need the help of a local inheritance attorney to file the suit for you. Learn more about partition action and how an inheritance attorney can help you file a suit in court. Read More 

How Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Can Protect Your Bank Account

You may be reluctant to file for bankruptcy because you are concerned that you will lose your assets. For example, you might be concerned about not being able to pay your bills because the money in your bank account will be liquidated. However, if you are in debt and haven't filed bankruptcy, if a creditor has a judgment against you they might then choose to garnish your bank account. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be the best way to avoid this. Read More