What is a Typical Personal Injury Case?

Most personal injury cases involve automobile accidents, and they provide a good example of how the tort system works. Drivers have a responsibility to exercise reasonable care any time they drive a vehicle. If you are injured as a result of another driver’s negligence, you may be able to seek compensation for your losses based on your state’s personal injury laws. Continue reading

2 Tips to Discuss Estate Planning with Your Parents

Some people are not comfortable discussing death and illness with their aging parents. In truth, all of us will get older and have to rely on others for various forms of support. While the aging process can be difficult you can lessen the strain by planning ahead of time. It is important to sit down with your parents and discuss their future with them. Continue reading

Terms and Areas of Focus in Municipal Law

A municipality is a city or county, and the governing bodies within a city or county follow municipal law. Municipal law involves laws, taxes, land use, business licensing, and regulations within cities and counties. Municipalities are legally structured as corporations, which allows them to conduct business Continue reading

What Types of Cases Can Be Contested in Probate?

Many people think of a probate litigation case, as a case that occurs after a person is deceased. That is only partially true as these cases can certainly involve cases involving wills, trusts, estates, asset disputes, joint bank accounts, gifts. There are many cases, however, that occur while a person is still living. Continue reading

Zoning, Planning And Land Use Legal Issues

The zoning, planning and land use laws can be tricky and hard to understand. People need someone that can explain it to them. A real estate lawyer is essential when people have questions about zoning, planning and land use laws for their business or home so they can make sure that they are following all the necessary rules. Continue reading