Golf And Personal Injury Lawsuits: What You Need To Know

Golf is a popular sport across the United States, but injuries on and off the course are shockingly common. According to one golf website, 40,000 golfers have to visit the emergency room every year, and plenty more innocent bystanders end up in the same place due to a golfing injury. If you or someone you love suffers an injury like this, learn more about your chances of success during a personal injury lawsuit. Read More 

3 Things To Know About The Effects Of Car Accidents On Pregnancy

It is rare for a woman to miscarry a baby from a car accident; however, car accidents can effect a pregnancy. If you are involved in a car accident and are pregnant, it is vital to have your OBGYN thoroughly examine you afterwards. While the accident might not cause you to miscarry, it can cause other problems. Here are three things to know about this. The Effects A Car Accident Can Have On An Unborn Child Read More 

What Should You Do If A Disabled Adult Child Receives An Inheritance?

If you're the parent of an adult with a developmental disability that requires you to manage his or her financial affairs, you may depend on federal disability benefits to help keep your child housed, fed, and adequately cared for -- either at your home or at a skilled care facility. When your child receives a monetary inheritance from a deceased relative or other sudden financial windfall, you may be excited at the thought of finally having another way to defray the costs you've incurred. Read More 

5 Different Pretrial Motions Your Lawyer Might Use

Being involved in a criminal case can get confusing when you don't understand all the ins-and-outs of court proceedings. You might hear your lawyer talk about filing different motions, including pretrial motions. You should be aware of the different types of pretrial motions that your criminal lawyer might file so that you are more aware of what is going on in your legal case. Relocate Trial There is a wide array of reasons your lawyer might want to have your trial relocated as a pretrial motion. Read More 

Custody And Your Teenagers: Tips For Creating A New Arrangement That Works

According to the United States Census Bureau, in 2012 approximately 28 percent of all children in the United States lived in a single parent home. If you've recently been through a divorce, chances are the most difficult aspect of this process was determining custody. The transition to two households can be very rough on kids – especially if you have teenagers who are accustomed to having both mom and dad around. Read More