Law

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 

A Personal Injury Lawyer Represents Clients Who Delayed Seeking Medical Care

When someone delays seeking medical treatment after a car accident, the insurance company adjusters may be skeptical about a claim made later on. Yet it's relatively frequent for a person with whiplash or a compression fracture to not experience worrying symptoms for a few days. The individual might have mild pain or even no discomfort at first. If the insurer denies payment, the claimant may want to schedule a consultation with a personal injury lawyer. Read More 

Corporate Law And Acquisitions: The Basics

Of all of the things that you may rely on a corporate lawyer for, pursuing an acquisition is one of the most important. If you have decided that it's time to grow your business, and you're looking into acquisition prospects, it's important that you know the things that you need to consider. Here's a look at some of the things that you need to discuss with your corporate lawyer before you sign any kind of acquisition contract. Read More 

What Should You Seek Compensation For After A Car Accident?

If you were in a car accident and suffered whiplash, serious cuts, or broken bones, then your personal injury lawyer will be able to help you pursue compensation for the medical bills you racked up during your hospital treatment after the crash. Seeking compensation for a damaged car is also common in these lawsuits. However, there may be some overlooked and unexpected costs after a car accident as well. Your personal injury lawyer can help you determine whether these costs apply in your case and how much compensation you should pursue. Read More 

Wrongful Death Law: Exploring The “What Ifs”

When consulting a wrongful death attorney, a lot of grieving family members will have a variety of "what if" questions. While it is important to refer to your attorney when looking for case-specific answers, the information below will be able to help put your mind at ease by providing answers to some of these common questions.  What if your loved one died as the result of injuries they suffered several months or years ago? Read More