Legal Articles
  • Injury Case Roadmap: The Legal Process For Personal Injury Cases
  • by Christopher Davis
  • More and more insurance companies are taking a very aggressive stance in settling accident claims. Certain carriers have a reputation for making unreasonably low settlement offers, even if the injuries are severe. It may (in some cases it is not) be advantageous to file a lawsuit immediately. Once a lawsuit is filed, the court will set certain milestones and deadlines. This report will help you understand this process.
  • Insurance Industry Settlement Tactics: Navigate The Injury Accident Claim War Zone On Your Own
  • by Christopher Davis
  • Over the past 30+ years, the insurance industry has spent billions of dollars on advertising to spread false and misleading information about accident claims. The industry wants people to believe that the justice system is out of control and that people who file lawsuits are getting millions of dollars for minor injuries. This report tells you the truth.
  • Mandatory Arbitration: The Alternative To Trial
  • by Christopher Davis
  • The purpose of Mandatory Arbitration is to reduce court congestion, expedite the litigation process, and to provide a cost effective resolution of civil claims. In Washington, most of the superior courts have adopted a program known as mandatory arbitration. Arbitration is another way to resolve a case instead of going to trial. This report helps you to understand the mandatory arbitration process.
  • The Real Danger of Domestic Violence
  • by Donald P. Schweitzer
  • This past week I had to face a terrible reality: sometimes, there is no way to prevent the real dangers of domestic violence. . . I came to this reality after receiving a phone call from a friend of one of my clients, informing me that my client had been severely beaten by her ex-husband during an exchange of their two children in the courtyard of the local police department.
  • Disclosure & Procedure In Commercial Injunctions
  • by Ian Mann
  • A practical guide to the weapons available to a respondent at a return date after an ex parte injunction has been granted against him in the Commercial Court. It has a particular emphasis on how material non-disclosure can be effectively used as the basis for having an injunction set aside.
  • Custody Disputes Produce Few Winners
  • by David Siegel
  • Custody disputes rarely produce any winners. In fact, all parties truly lose. This artilce sheds light on that often overlooked reality. The family perspective and the court's perspective is illustrated.
  • What Does It Mean To Handle Your Divorce Pro Se?
  • by David Siegel
  • Article describes what it means to handle a divorce case pro se. It lists the pros and cons of such representation and illustrates when such representation may be acceptable.
  • Bankruptcy Alternatives
  • by David Siegel
  • There are some alternatives to filing bankruptcy. This article explores those options.
  • RSS Feed Use in the Legal Field
  • by Sharon Housley
  • Lawyers have never been known as a technical bunch, but more and more often you see a lawyer with a palm pilot making appointments and a blackberry for those urgent messages. Electronic gadgets are now common in the courthouses across the US. Lawyers have increased productivity by utilizing technology so it should come as no surprise that lawyers are using RSS feeds as a means to grow and manage their practices.
  • Automobile Crashworthiness and Its Relation to Auto Accidents
  • by Peter Kent
  • Millions of Americans are injured every year in automobile accidents, and many of these injuries are the result of poor driving. However, many injuries occur as a result of driver's vehicle's crashworthiness, or its ability to protect the vehicle's occupants during an accident. Crashworthiness is important to understand because it relates to who may be responsible for damages or pain and suffering resulting from a car accident.
  • by Belinda Rachman, Esq
  • A divorce lawyer makes an impassioned plea for couples considering divorce to take a serious look at how mediation can save money and their co-parenting relationship.
  • by Nick Nanton
  • A few things the state, your accountant and your attorney forgot to tell you. Don't file your LLC or S-Corp without reading this article.
  • Advantages of the Trust Administration Process
  • by John Fraker
  • The Family Limited Partnership is a sophisticated family business planning entity. When structured properly, it allows the senior generation to maintain substantial control over the assets of the Partnership during their life. Upon their death, it is possible to transfer those assets to the junior generation while enjoying substantial discounts on the value of the property transferred.
  • How to Choose the Right Entity for Your Business
  • by John Fraker
  • How do you decide what kind of business entity is right for you? There are several options, and understanding the impact of your choice in terms of number of shareholders or owners you can have, how your assets will be protected, how business and personal taxes are affected, and which is easier to manage is a critical part of the decision-making process.
  • The Family Limited Partnership
  • by John Fraker
  • The Family Limited Partnership is a sophisticated family business planning entity. When structured properly, it allows the senior generation to maintain substantial control over the assets of the Partnership during their life. Upon their death, it is possible to transfer those assets to the junior generation while enjoying substantial discounts on the value of the property transferred.
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