Steps To Take After An Aggravated Domestic Violence Arrest

Posted on: 16 November 2017

Domestic violence is a serious issue, and the law is taking a hard stand in an attempt to make societal improvements. Thus, an arrest for an aggravated domestic violence offense needs to be taken very seriously. Your action will make a big difference in the outcome of your case. If you are ever arrested for aggravated domestic violence, remember the following: Don't Resist Arrest When the police arrive, they will assess the situation and make an attempt to determine what happened. [Read More]

Effective Angles Of Approach For VA Claims

Posted on: 14 October 2016

Veterans Affairs (VA) disability claims are part of your contractual benefits if you qualify. If you're having problems qualifying for VA disability, or want to know why the system isn't just a simple check in the box for veterans as they come home from service, here's a bit of VA claim system insight. Primary Angle: Full Service Connection The most basic and successful claim will link an injury or condition directly to military service with little to no ambiguity. [Read More]

When You Slip and Nobody Sees You Fall, Can You Still Build a Successful Personal Injury Case?

Posted on: 19 July 2016

What happens when you slip and fall on something wet on the floor of a store or office building and nobody sees you go down? The owner's insurance company (or the owner) may suggest that without witnesses, you don't have a potential injury caseā€”but that's not really true. There are a lot of ways to get evidence in a slip-and-fall accident even when there are no witnesses around to see you fall. [Read More]

Proving Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Posted on: 5 July 2016

Sexual harassment in the workplace isn't an easy thing to prove. Many people will tell you to keep the harassing notes, texts, or images sent to you by the aggressor and use them as evidence, but what if those things aren't there in the first place? That may be the case if a colleague harasses you verbally with no witnesses. In that case, you can take the following steps to help prove your harassment claims. [Read More]