How Do Poor Weather Conditions Impact Your Car Accident Case?

Although car accidents can occur for a variety of reasons, weather conditions often have a significant impact on driving conditions. If a car accident occurs in poor weather conditions, it can be difficult to make a clear determination as to who acted negligently or which driver is liable for the damages. The following are some things you need to keep in mind if you are involved in a car accident in bad weather conditions.   Read More...

How You Can Fight A Reckless Driving Charge

Depending on what state you were charged with reckless driving, it can be a serious charge. In some states, a conviction can come with a significant jail sentence and fines reaching into the thousands. In some states, a reckless driving conviction can stay on your record for many years. This could hurt your chances of securing a commercial driving job. It is possible to fight a reckless driving charge and potentially win.   Read More...

Family Law Attorney Services: Renegotiating Custody During A Disaster

Whether you're going through divorce now or you went through one serval years ago, the terms of your custody, child support, or alimony agreement might not account for unexpected financial or natural disasters. Fortunately, a family law attorney can help you renegotiate a fair and practical custody, child support, and alimony arrangement when life goes off schedule. Financial Disasters If lose your job or source of income, you might not be able to meet the terms established by your custody, child support, or alimony agreement.   Read More...

Spinal Cord Injuries Are Serious

Spinal cord injuries are especially serious because they can severely impact the communication between the body and the brain. Unfortunately, the spinal cord is often not able to heal correctly after a severe disability or injury. What Causes a Spinal Cord Injury? There are many potential causes of spinal cord injuries. Often, these injuries result after something is very traumatic that might fracture or dislodge the spine. Often, this is the result of a violent incident, like a gunshot or assault.   Read More...

Grounds You Can Use To Request More Child Support

If your child needs more support, you can petition the court for an increase even if the other parent doesn't think it's warranted. The court will consider the facts and make a decision. Below are some of the legal grounds you can use to request additional child support. Increase in Income You can request more child support if the noncustodial parent has received a substantial increase in income. For example, a 20% increase in income is substantial.   Read More...