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Have you recently found yourself facing a legal situation and don't know how to proceed? Is this an incident that requires the assistance of an attorney working on your side? Can you get away with not hiring an attorney? These and many more questions are answered on my website. Having worked as an assistant in the legal world, I have gotten to know quite a bit about different legal situations and have provided you with several examples and pieces of advice that can help you. Hopefully, you will find everything you need to help you through this difficult time in your life.

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When most people think of personal injury law, they often think about physical injuries that occur as a result of a car accident, medical malpractice, or dog bites. While these are all great examples of incidents that may fall within personal injury law, there are also injuries that fall within this branch of law that do not involve physical injuries. If you were recently fired from your job because of things a person said about you, the damages you are now suffering might be a result of something called defamation, and this is a type of case that may fall into personal injury law. Read More 

Military Member Injured On The Job But Outside A Combat Zone? What Are Your Options?

Whether you slipped and hurt yourself on some ice outside your workplace or have suffered an injury more directly related to your job duties, you may assume that worker's compensation insurance will cover the costs of your injuries -- and if not, that you'll simply be able to sue your employer to recover these expenses. However, the ability to file a lawsuit against your employer for on-the-job injuries or illnesses can be severely curtailed if you're an enlisted member of the military. Read More