An Introduction To Personal Injury Lawsuits

If you think that you have a good shot at a personal injury lawsuit, then you might be inclined to go right ahead and file immediately. However, there are some things that you should know before proceeding. What is the statute of limitations on personal injury lawsuits? You have a set period of time to file your lawsuit, which depends on the state that you are in. This is called the statute of limitations, and usually starts counting as soon as the injury occurs.

Buying A Home? How Your Real Estate Attorney Can Help With Liens

If you are currently in the process of buying a new home, it is important to understand the problems that existing liens can have. If there is currently a lien against the property that you are thinking about buying, you may not be able to secure financing for it. You may also have to worry about the home eventually being taken away from you if this debt is not paid, even if you aren't the one who owes the money.

What To Expect When You Sue Your Former Legal Team

Legal impropriety is a blanketing phrase which covers anything from perjury of oneself in court to a legal conspiracy to a judge taking bribes to give lighter or heavier sentences than similar cases typically receive. If you feel that your current legal team has not acted in your or your family member's best interests or has conspired to incarcerate you or your family member, you have a right to sue. Your biggest roadblock, however, will be to prove that something untoward has occurred.

2 Things That You Need to Have Before You Can File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

If you have been harmed or wronged by a medical professional you might be wondering what you can do to get restitution for your damages. You may have thought about filing a medical malpractice lawsuit, but don't know if you have enough grounds to file a lawsuit. In order to have a legitimate lawsuit you will need to have a couple of things. Here are some things you need to know about filing a medical malpractice suit.

5 Things You Should Know About Driving And Impairment Charges

There is a variety of ways you can receive a impaired driving charge, such as DUI (Driving Under the Influence) or OMVI (Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated) or others. This article will discuss five of these, and it is possible that you may not be aware of some of them.  1. You don't have to be driving to get a DUI. You may pull off the road, go to sleep in the backseat, and still receive a DUI charge if there is any indication that you have been drinking or under the influence of drugs.