You've Been Accused Of Stalking - Now What?

Stalking is a serious charge, and facing related charges is no joke. Though California was the first state to make stalking a crime, all 50 states have followed suit. While laws differ from state to state, most stalking cases involve the intent to harass, intimidate, frighten, or cause distress another individual. Typically, stalking is a misdemeanor unless it is especially threatening, involves a threat to cause harm, or is a second offense. [Read More]

4 Tips For Dealing With A Wrongful Death Lawsuit After A Car Accident

Each year approximately 37,000 Americans lose their lives in auto accidents. Dealing with the loss of a family member due to a fatal car accident can be horrific, especially if the accident was caused by another driver. While you can't put a price on the loss of a life, and money won't bring your family member back, you can file a wrongful death claim. Use the following tips to increase the chances of winning your wrongful death lawsuit: [Read More]

How Maximum Medical Improvement Affects Your Personal Injury Case

If you have been injured and are pursuing a personal injury case in order to be compensated for your injuries, you need to understand how maximum medical improvement affects your case. Understanding The Basics Of Maximum Medical Improvement To start with, you need to understand what maximum medical improvement, commonly referred to as MMI means. MMI does not mean you are completely healed from your injuries and will not need any medical care down the road. [Read More]

Five Things You Should Know About Suing The Police

Almost every day the news has another story about clashes between police officers and civilians -- often with allegations of police misconduct, illegal activity, and brutality. More people than ever are concerned about their civil rights - especially when it seems like people are being arrested or injured by the police for small things like filming police during an arrest.  If you've been a victim of police misconduct, here are five things that you need to know: [Read More]