How To Collect For Pain And Suffering From Your Recent Car Accident

When there is enough evidence to prove that another person was at fault for the car accident you were involved in, it can be relatively easy to receive compensation for your medical bills; however, collecting compensation for pain and suffering can be a little harder. Pain and suffering is something that insurance companies and courts often award money for, but it is not something they automatically offer. Here are several things you should know about pain and suffering compensation for your car accident claim. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Getting A DUI Expunged In California

Many Californians with a DUI on their record just want a fresh start. It may have been your first conviction, and you're worried about how it will impact your personal and professional life. Getting a conviction expunged is one way to start anew. But before you jump in and begin the paperwork, there are a few things to consider. Here's what you need to know about getting a DUI expunged in California. Read More 

What You Need To Know If Someone Is Injured On Your Property

When someone is injured on your property, you may not know what to expect. When are you responsible for their injuries, and what if the person was trespassing? If someone has been injured on your property, check out these five important facts. You Need to Ensure Your Property Is Safe You have some responsibility to keep your property in a condition that isn't a deathtrap for visitors, but just because someone is injured, doesn't automatically mean you're responsible. Read More 

4 Tax-Related Questions You Might Have About Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy is a beneficial but complex option for folks who feel as if they are drowning it debt, so it's natural to have questions about the process. You might be concerned about losing your federal tax refund or wonder whether filing for bankruptcy can help you prevent tax-related liens, and the answers to those questions may impact your decision to file. Read on to learn about how bankruptcy may affect you at tax time. Read More 

Don’t Drive Here! 4 Cities With The Worst Drivers & Scariest Accidents

Some cities in the United States seem to be packed with terrible drivers. The cities were chosen by averaging out how often each driver becomes involved in a car accident. Here are 4 of the U.S. cities with the worst drivers, and some of the craziest accidents that have happened in these cities. 1.Worcester, Massachusetts The most dangerous city to drive in is Worcester, Massachusetts. The city is ranked with the worst drivers, who are involved in an accident every 4. Read More