Plea Bargains & DUI Cases

Posted on: 9 July 2021
One fact is overlooked when most people consider DUI cases: many of these cases end in plea bargains. This fact might lead you to wonder what steps you should take if you are charged with a DUI. Plea bargains and DUI cases give you a lot to consider. If you aren't sure what to do, these are some facts you need to know. First, You Need to Know What a Plea Bargain Is
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How Is Liability Determined in a Chain Reaction Auto Collision?

Posted on: 8 June 2021
A chain reaction auto accident is when multiple vehicles are involved in the same collision. More often than not, there is more than one driver who is at fault. Vehicles in these collisions tend to suffer more than one impact, and because of this, injuries can be rather severe, some even requiring extensive medical treatment. There are many reasons for multi-vehicle accidents, including speeding, bad weather, fatigued driving, distracted driving, and driving under the influence.
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How A Personal Injury Attorney Can Get You More Money Even After Legal Fees

Posted on: 29 April 2021
People often question whether or not they will actually receive additional compensation for their injuries when choosing to hire a personal injury attorney once they factor in any legal fees that will ultimately be deducted from their settlement. If you share this same concern, it may surprise you to learn that it truly is possible for you to get more money even after legal fees than you would receive by choosing to settle your claim on your own.
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Named The Executor Of An Estate? Know Your Responsibilities During Probate

Posted on: 31 March 2021
If you were asked to be the executor of a loved one's estate, you are likely wondering what you will have to do to carry out your responsibilities. Here is an overview of what you are expected to do during the probate process.  Read The Will The first thing that you are going to do is read the will that has been left behind after your loved one passes away. This will let you know what their wishes are and allow you to start the probate process.
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