Is It Worth Hiring An Attorney To Complete A Request For Child Support Modification When You Are Requesting More Money?

Posted on: 28 July 2017

If you suspect or know that your child's other parent is making more money than when they were first ordered to pay child support, or if your situation has changed and you are suddenly earning less, you may be looking to request a child support modification to obtain more in child support. There are many benefits to hiring an attorney when you are looking to defend yourself against such a modification, but you may wonder if it is worth it when you are on the other side and looking to obtain more money for your child or children.
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Injured And Unable To Work, But Does Your Situation Qualify As A Personal Injury Case?

Posted on: 24 July 2017

When you can't work due to an injury, life can become very scary, very quickly. Bills pile up, you have no money coming in, and especially if you're in constant pain, there's no end in sight. Relief may come in the form of successfully pursuing the party responsible for your injury, but does your situation qualify? Was your injury a simple mishap that could have happened to anybody or can you hold a party legally responsible, and therefore, sue them?
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Time Is Of The Essence: How To Expedite Your Claim Process

Posted on: 17 July 2017

Many policyholders believe that an insurance provider will simply pay an insurance claim and that all of the damages that result from the accident will be paid for. However, this is no guarantee, especially if you do not follow the proper procedures that are necessary to maximize the chances that your insurance claim will be paid quickly.  Knowing Where To File A Claim Before you file a claim, it is important to determine whether you should file the claim under you own auto insurance policy or if the claim should be filed under another motorist's auto insurance policy.
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What Represents a Fair Settlement for an Auto Accident?

Posted on: 11 July 2017

After you're involved in a vehicle accident, you'll typically receive a settlement offer from the auto insurance company responsible for paying your damages and losses. One of the major challenges you'll face when you receive this proposal is determining whether it is a decent one or a low-ball offer that doesn't actually fully compensate you. Here are three issues you should look at to help you decide if the settlement offer you get is fair.
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