Charged With Date Rape? What To Know

21 November 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Being accused of this charge is very serious, and your first order of business should be to contact a criminal defense attorney to handle your case. If you are convicted, you could face fines, jail time, prison time, probation and the lifelong label of "sex offender". You need to defend yourself against this charge, so read on to learn more. The Term Date Rape You should realize that the term " Read More 

Tips That Might Help With Your Personal Injury Case

24 October 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you've just been injured, you may not know what to do if you're facing medical bills you can't afford to pay. If the injury was the fault of a business or other person, you might be able to file a personal injury claim. Since this can be a complicated process, you'll want to hire an attorney to help. You probably don't want to agree to a settlement until a personal injury attorney has read over the documents since the other party's insurance will want to pay as little as possible. Read More 

3 Tips To Follow If You’Re Being Sexually Harassed At Work

26 September 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Is someone sexually harassing you at work? You may feel uncomfortable when you arrive at work because you already know that specific person is going to make sexual advances, say something perverted, or even do something to make you feel uncomfortable. You don't have to continue working in an environment where you feel threatened and are being treated badly. If you're afraid of dealing with repercussions for reporting the sexual harassment, it's important to follow a few important steps. Read More 

A Really Personal Injury: Herpes

31 January 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Just when you least expect it, a trip to the doctor confirms your worst fears: you have genital herpes. If you're like most, your thoughts will immediately go to your last few sexual encounters. You wonder who gave it to you, and you wonder who you might have passed it to as well. Herpes can affect people and show no visible symptoms and it's more prevalent than you think; the Centers for Disease Control estimates that as many as 1 in 6 people aged 14-49 actually have this sexually transmitted disease. Read More 

4 Things You Can Do To Protect Yourself Financially During A Divorce

4 January 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Going through a divorce is difficult for many reasons. It is important that as you go through the divorce process that you are doing everything that you can to protect yourself and especially protect your financial future. Here are some things that you should do to make sure that you are financially protected. 1. Get A Copy Of Your Credit Score Up to this point there is a good chance that you and your spouse had joint debts. Read More