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3 Facts You Should Know About Hiring A Medical Malpractice Attorney

The decision of whether or not to seek out legal counsel when pursuing a medical malpractice claim is a decision that many people struggle to make. Unfortunately, the reasons behind this struggle are often based upon misinformation or myths. That is precisely why taking the time to review the facts associated with these legal services can often make the decision to hire an attorney much easier. Continue reading in order to learn more about a few of these important facts. Read More 

3 Areas Of Medicine With The Highest Number Of Medical Malpractice Claims

When you visit the hospital, you expect to receive professional medical attention that resolves your medical condition within a reasonable time frame. Unfortunately, sometimes mistakes happen during the process of receiving care. The result of such errors can complicate your health and completely change your quality of life. Medical malpractice law protects people hurt by the negligent actions of a medical care provider. Here are the three areas of medicine with a probably high number of malpractice claims. Read More 

Things To Include In Your Last Will And Testament

There is no better time than right now to get your last will and testament put together. You do not want to wait too long because you just never know when tragedy might strike. Too many people think that there is no reason to tend to the creation of their will right now because they expect that there will be so many changes in their lives in the coming years. While that may be true, you should be revisiting your final wishes every couple of years to make updates and changes as needed anyways. Read More 

What To Know About The Statute Of Limitations For A Child’s Personal Injury Lawsuit

Accidents can happen when you least expect it, especially when your child is involved. When an accident happens, you'll be focused on making sure that they get the medical care that they need to get back to 100%. However, if someone else was liable for causing the accident, you'll likely be looking into a personal injury lawsuit to recover the damages. Here is what you need to know about how long you have to file a lawsuit as the parent of an injured child. Read More 

Can You Sue Your Employer For Not Paying Overtime?

Work plays a significant role in the day-to-day lives of most Americans. Adults spend a large portion of their day in the workplace, and they expect to be compensated for their time and effort. Employers can require their employees to work past the time they are scheduled to go home. Working overtime can't always be avoided, but it should always be compensated fairly. If your employer has not paid you for your overtime hours, you may be wondering if you can file an overtime violation lawsuit. Read More