Business Planning FAQ
When it comes to planning a business, there may be many questions regarding business law, definitions and structures. Business law can include codes, rules, statutes or regulations that aim to govern relationships. In addition, business law is used to provide a legal outline for business management standards and conduct. The concept of business law can...Read More
Car and Motorcycle Accidents: Shocking Facts to Consider
When the time is taken to look closely at statistics surrounding car accidents, by a skilled car accident lawyer Lakeland, FL residents trust the results can be astounding. Since 2007, the year of 2016 was the deadliest year for motor vehicle drivers on the road, estimating that more than 40,000 people died in car...Read More
Interstate Probate: What Happens if a Person Passes Away Without a Will?
A probate lawyer will be beneficial in helping to explain the interstate probate process. Essentially, Interstate Probate is when a loved one passes away without a will in place. Family members of the person who has died greatly benefit when a will is in place as it gives them guidance for how to divide assets....Read More
What if the other driver doesn’t have car accident insurance?
When a car accident happens, it’s often unexpected and traumatic for those involved, particularly if there are injuries. For the victim, their stress can be compounded when the person who caused the accident is not insured. If your injury is serious and requires expensive medical care, you may have legal recourse to recover your damages....Read More
Wrongful Interference With Contractual Relations
Most people realize that if there are two persons to a contract, either of them may sue if one of the party’s breaches (violates) the terms of that contract. However, either of the two people may also have grounds to sue a third person for interfering with that contract. This claim is known as one...Read More
Should You Sue a Nursing Home for Bedsores?
If your loved one developed bedsores while staying at a nursing home, he or she likely wasn’t taken care of properly. Staff members may not have repositioned your family member frequently enough or did other things to cause the bedsores. If bedsores were due to negligence, the nursing home could be held legally responsible. Bedsores...Read More
Basis for Contesting a Will
Following are several grounds for Will Contest. Testamentary Capacity The testator must have the following before he/she can sign a Will: Understand that he/she is creating a Will Understand the effect of creating a Will Understand the nature and extent of his/her property To have sufficient memory to know he is creating a Will...Read More
Injuries Resulting from Mold
Recent studies and claims has revealed toxic mold as a hazard. The newness of the hazard does nothing to take away from its severity. Traditionally, mold develops when moisture builds in your home, whether in your basement, attic, or your walls. There are a number of causes for moisture, plumbing issues and leaks due to...Read More
5 Professions at Risk for Exposure to Asbestos
Exposure to asbestos is a major hazard for many professions. It is difficult to know if you are exposed to particles because they are colorless and odorless. The U.S. has produced some legislation to regulate the use of asbestos, but it isn’t banned or illegal. Workers in the five following jobs still need be cautious...Read More
Nursing Home or an Assisted Living Facility?
Residents of senior living centers are cared for under a confusing set of laws. In Illinois, it is currently less difficult to sue a Nursing Home than it is to sue a Assisted Living Facility because the former is held to standards under the Illinois Nursing Home Care Act, and the latter is not. One...Read More