UNDERSTANDING MORE ABOUT INSURANCE LAW

Insurance law refers to the set of regulations controlling insurance. This law monitors how insurance agreements are made and enforced. In simple words, insurance law in the United States regulates the offering, buying, selling, and claims processes regarding insurance. Different types of insurance cover different things. For instance, you can obtain insurance for your car and get another insurance type for your commercial property or … Continue reading UNDERSTANDING MORE ABOUT INSURANCE LAW

Is Medical Negligence the Same as Medical Malpractice?

Medical negligence leading to patient death is the third largest cause of death in the United States. Although this is a serious issue, not enough Americans know what medical negligence is or how to recognize it. In fact, did you know that medical malpractice and medical negligence are not the same? Knowing the difference between malpractice and negligence can determine your quality of life following an incident … Continue reading Is Medical Negligence the Same as Medical Malpractice?

What to do if You are a Victim of a Truck Accident

Did you know that approximately 130,000 car accidents every year involve trucks? Truck accidents on highways and freeways can occur at any time and injure both the driver and other victims severely. Whether it is an 18-wheeler or large freight carrier, it is vital to adhere to road rules and regulations. If you are involved in any such accident, you must find the right representation … Continue reading What to do if You are a Victim of a Truck Accident

What Happens When a Company Hires a Judgment Collection Agency

Winning a lawsuit against a debtor may result in a judgment being entered against that individual. A judgment represents a creditor’s legal right to collect payment. However, collecting is not always easy. Creditors can spend years trying to collect only to turn the debts over to a specialized judgment collection agency. Have you ever wondered what happens when a company hires such an agency? In … Continue reading What Happens When a Company Hires a Judgment Collection Agency

What Happens To Tax Refunds In Bankruptcy?

Are you considering filing for bankruptcy? If you’re filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy and you’re expecting a large tax return, you may want to hold off depending on the state you live in. Tax Refunds As Assets In Bankruptcy If your tax refund goes directly into your bank account or it’s being processed, you’ll need to file it as an asset. You … Continue reading What Happens To Tax Refunds In Bankruptcy?

A Guide on Everything You Need to Know About Bankruptcy Repayment Plans in West Virginia 

Did you know that a lot of businesses go bankrupt yearly in West Virginia? So, if you find yourself in such a situation, then trust us when we say that you are not alone. What you need when facing a similar situation is an experienced bankruptcy attorney who knows exactly how to help you pay off your debts without the need of selling different personal … Continue reading A Guide on Everything You Need to Know About Bankruptcy Repayment Plans in West Virginia 

What is Automation and How Can it Help Your Practice?

Have you been swamped with paperwork and other tedious tasks in your law practice? It probably means it’s time for you to get help. Even if you can’t afford to hire an additional employee, there are still ways you can get help and succeed! Keep reading to learn exactly what is automation and how it can help take your law practice to the next level. … Continue reading What is Automation and How Can it Help Your Practice?

5 Common Reasons to Sue Your Employer

Did you know that in 2019, there were almost 25,000 workplace class action lawsuits filed? Suing employers for wrongdoings is probably more common than you think. Maybe you feel like you’re being mistreated at work, but aren’t sure you have a good reason to file a lawsuit. In that case, here are 5 common reasons to sue your employer. That way, you have a good … Continue reading 5 Common Reasons to Sue Your Employer

Utah’s DUI Threshold: Here’s What You Need to Know

On March 23, 2017 Utah became the first state to reduce its DUI threshold. When Governor Gary Herbert signed H.B. 155 into law, the legal limit for DUI fell from .08 to .05 BAC. The new limit went into effect on December 31, 2018. Under the law, all motorists in Utah are prohibited from operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of … Continue reading Utah’s DUI Threshold: Here’s What You Need to Know