What You Need To Know About Age Discrimination
20 February 2019
Being discriminated against for any factor outside of your control is a horrible feeling. It is especially horrible when it happens in the workplace or when it keeps you from getting a job.
The important thing to understand, however, is that age discrimination is highly illegal. Thus, if you feel it may have occurred to you, you should report it to the human resources department at your job, if applicable, as well as to an attorney.
Why Understanding Construction Law Is Critical To Your Project
13 January 2019
Construction law issues can pop up all over in commercial and residential projects. From setting up the details of contracts to obtaining appropriate permits, many people will turn to a construction attorney to see that they get the specifics right. If a dispute eventually comes up, it's also good to have the support of a construction lawyer as you try to sort the situation out. Before you get rolling on your next project, be mindful of these common construction law problems that need to be addressed.
3 Reasons To Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer
4 December 2018
Similar to how there are different doctors that specialize in different health treatments, there are also different lawyers that specialize in different areas of the law, including personal injury law. If you are unfamiliar with this area of the law, then you may not know when you may need to hire a personal injury lawyer. From auto accidents to slip and fall cases, this article will take a closer look at a few reasons why you may need to hire a personal injury lawyer.
Three Things to Know about Buying a Foreclosed or Bank-Owned Property
24 October 2018
With the price of residential real estate continuing its rapid rise across the United States, many would-be homeowners are looking at short sales, foreclosures, or bank-owned properties to gain a foothold in the market without going over budget. However, the process of buying these properties—and the types of warranties you receive when purchasing a bank-owned property—can be very different than purchasing a home from an individual owner. Read on for three things you'll need to know before you put in an offer on a foreclosed or bank-owned (REO) property.