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Bus Drivers That Have No Business Driving A Bus: What You Should Do

Most bus companies do a decent job of vetting their drivers. However, there is always the one company or the one driver that drops the ball or slips through the cracks. These drivers are ticking time bombs, costing the bus companies hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal settlements and bus accident legal services. If you or your child rides a bus with this dangerous driver, so many things could go wrong. Read More 

Some Things You Should Know About Your Estate Plan

It is incredibly important that every adult has an estate plan for when they pass away. Too many people think that this directive doesn't apply to them and so they put off getting their estate plan even though it is dangerous for them. Here are some things you should know about wills, trusts, and estate plans. 1. A Will Is Important For Your Children If you have children, you must have an estate plan! Read More 

Planning For Your Special Needs Child

Everyone should have an estate plan in place. Life is short, and the unexpected happens every second of every day all around the world. But when you have a special needs child, estate planning is even more important. If something should happen to you, what would happen to them? If you don't legally have a plan in place, you need to get one immediately. Here's what you need to get started preparing for the future. Read More 

What It Means To Die Intestate

Despite much information to the contrary, many people just never get around to making a will. Perhaps they mistakenly feel that their estate was too small or they were just intimidated by the process. One major misconception is that if you don't have a will, there will be no need for probate. This is not only incorrect, but could cause probate to be a lot more complicated than it would be if there was a will to probate. Read More 

It’s All In Your Head: Personal Injury Claims

If you are the victim another driver's bad driving, carelessness or negligence, you are very likely entitled to several different forms of compensation. While the insurance company will probably help you with your medical bills and get your car back on the road, that is very likely the limits of that form of help. If you are dealing with a head injury, it can be a lot more complicated when it comes to getting the help you deserve, so read on to learn more. Read More