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How A Labor Litigation Attorney Can Help You Deal With Workplace Discrimination

Even though society has come a long way, discrimination still exists. If you believe you've been on the receiving end of these acts, it may be necessary to hire a labor litigation attorney. They can help you deal with this unfortunate circumstance in several key ways.  Gather Evidence You won't have a good shot at winning this type of discrimination case if you don't have evidence proving discrimination occurred in the first place. Read More 

The Cast Of Characters In A Car Accident Case

Different people in auto accident cases are referred to by different labels for legal reasons. Given that you're probably not a car accident attorney, it can be helpful to have a guide to the cast of characters who might appear in your case. Plaintiff This is generally going to be the driver who suffered injuries in the incident, but there are exceptions. A passenger might pursue a claim against the driver they were with if they feel their injuries were the product of the driver's actions. Read More 

3 Times When You Should Hire A Patent Attorney

Whether you are someone who is always coming up with new ideas or if you have simply had one invention or business idea that you want to put into action, there will probably be times when you will need to work with a patent attorney. Some of the situations when you should think about working with one of these attorneys are listed here, although you can always go to one of these attorneys for other patent-related situations, too. Read More 

4 Questions to Help You Know if You Qualify for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

The two most common branches of bankruptcy are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, and Chapter 13 is often used when a person is not eligible for Chapter 7 or when a Chapter 7 case would not provide the relief the person needs. If you are considering Chapter 13 and are not sure if you should pursue this branch, here are some questions to evaluate that will help you know if you qualify for this branch of bankruptcy. Read More 

What to Know About the Probate Process to Divide an Estate

Do you have a family member that recently passed away, but they did not leave a will to help divide their assets? If so, you will need to go through the probate process to decide what to do. Here is what you need to know about the probate process to divide an estate. The Reason for Probate Without a will, there is no way to tell what someone wanted to do with their estate after they pass away. Read More