Law

Caught On Camera By A Red Light? Fight It In Court

Moving violations that result in the issuance of a ticket can add points to your driving record. If you accumulate too many points, your license could be suspended. This is why it's important to fight traffic tickets in court. Many intersections are outfitted with red light cameras that are being used to issue tickets. You need to work closely with an attorney to help you fight this type of ticket in court so that you can avoid the accumulation of points on your driving record in the future. Read More 

Court Reporting: Tips For Creating High-Quality Transcripts

A court reporter's job is important. He or she is responsible for the written record of various legal proceedings. Work like this requires attention to detail. Therefore, court reporters need to ensure that they are focused when performing their work outside of the courtroom. When performing transcripts, to ensure that they are prepared at the highest quality, here are a few tips court reporters will want to follow. Tip #1: Create the Perfect Work Space Read More 

2 Signs The Instance Company Is Giving You The Run Around

People pay their insurance premiums every month or year in hopes that their insurance companies will be there for them when they need them, such as in the event of an accident. However, this guarantee is not one that is always granted. In some instances, the insurance company outright denies a claim after an accident or makes it so difficult for the victim that they just want to give up. If you believe your insurance company might be treating you in this manner, there are some red flags that might give you the confirmation you've been seeking. Read More 

Medical Malpractice Settlements: What To Expect

A medical malpractice case can be hard to win if it goes to court. This is why many people opt to settle malpractice claims out of court. If you or someone you love is affected by medical malpractice, you will need to know the following about getting compensation for injuries and damages: How to Start Negotiations Before your damages can be determined, you need to provide proof for evaluation. You first need to show proof the doctor or provider was negligent when providing care. Read More 

What Can You Do to Prevent Your Paycheck from Being Garnished?

Unpaid debts don't simply go away when you stop paying. Creditors can—and usually will—come after the money you owe any way that they can. One of those ways is through garnishment of your wages. Garnishment is a method through which creditors use a court order to take money directly from a debtor's paycheck. Naturally, if you're already struggling with your bills and your debts, this is something that you want to avoid. Read More