Social Media: 3 Ways It Can Hurt Your Personal Injury Claim And 3 Ways To Protect Yourself

Social media is often used on a daily basis by people to connect with others across the world and to inform others of what is going on in their day-to-day lives, such as new relationships, recent breakups, and even recent auto accidents. Unfortunately, if you are pursuing a legal claim against another party, anything that you post online can potentially be used against you. Therefore, it is crucial that you be familiar with how social media can negatively impact your personal injury claim and how you can protect yourself. [Read More]

Address A Situation That Involves You Being Arrested For Vandalism

Sometimes, being at the wrong place at an inopportune time can wind you up in a heap of hot water. If your so-called 'friends' suggested that you partake in a vandalism act that involved spray painting obscene words and pictures across the windows of an abandoned train station, even if you did not actively take part in the vandalism, being arrested as a result could leave you feeling as if you are fending for your life and are going to face serious repercussions. [Read More]

Ways To Avoid A DUI (Or Related Arrest) After A Football Tailgate Party

If you're an avid football fan, you likely have some tailgating get-togethers scheduled for this fall. If you plan to consume alcohol during any tailgate party, your best bet is to take public transportation or arrange a designated driver. However, there are many football fans who consume alcohol and choose to drive — and this behavior can justifiably lead to a DUI arrest from the police who will be patrolling the area around the stadium during and after the game. [Read More]

3 Ways To Find A Great Divorce Attorney

If you anticipate getting a divorce sometime in the near future, you are going to need a great divorce attorney. With so many different attorneys to choose from, trying to decide which one to hire can be really overwhelming. Luckily though, there a variety of different things that you can do to help simplify this process.  1) Ask For Recommendations  Many people end up finding excellent attorneys simply through word of mouth. [Read More]