2021

Why The Other Motorist Might Not Want To Report Your Accident

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If you are involved in an accident, you might discover that the other driver does not want to report the accident to the police or to their own insurance provider. They may even offer to pay for your damages and your medical bills. However, there are several reasons why this can be a bad idea. Understand State Law Some states require that you report a car accident. For example, in Georgia, you must report your accident to local law enforcement if the damages are more than $500.

18 February 2021

What Happens When Divorce And Family Law Collide?

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Divorce and family law issues often come into conflict. You may wonder what happens when these two potentially contentious problems collide. Fortunately, the law has a fairly standardized approach to these concerns, and a divorce lawyer can guide you through it. Here is how an attorney usually approaches situations where divorce and family overlap a lot. Separating the Issues American law very aggressively separates these two sets of problems. Divorces are lawsuits designed to terminate marriages, but that's pretty much all they do.

18 February 2021

When Should You Talk With An Injury Attorney After An Accident?

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After an accident, the idea of demanding compensation for your injuries might not be the first thing on your mind. Recovery is certainly important, but there are good reasons to reach out to a personal injury lawyer for advice. Here are some of the factors that may play into when you should speak with a personal injury attorney. Is There an Immediate Need? The big thing that dictates whether you should speak with a lawyer right after an accident is how well the scene of the incident is likely to be preserved.

19 January 2021