Is The Bartender To Blame? What You Should Know About Bartender Liability Laws

If you have been charged with a DUI after a night out in a bar, you may think you have no one to blame but yourself. While you bear much of the responsibility, most every state in the nation now prohibits the sale of alcohol to clearly inebriated individuals. While there is some variance among states, the bottom line is that bartenders and those serving alcohol can receive much of the liability through violation of the laws in place to protect those drinking in an establishment. [Read More]

Just Win A Personal Injury Case? Know Who May Want Part Of That Settlement

Once you receive your settlement from a personal injury lawsuit, your goal will be to use that money to compensate you for the injuries that you sustained, and hopefully return to the life that you had before the injury. Unfortunately, this may not be possible, since there always seems to be people out there that want to take that settlement from you once you get it. Be aware of these three types of people that want their share. [Read More]

3 Reasons Young Adults Should Meet With An Estate Planning Attorney

As people enter their golden years they are usually thinking about their estate plan. Many estate planning attorney's have clients who are older and are preparing their estate to pass on to their family. However, what many people fail to recognize is that it is just as important, if not more important, for young people, especially young families, to have an estate plan as well. Here are some reasons why you should be getting an estate plan, even when you are young. [Read More]

Tips For Gathering Evidence For Your Personal Injury Case

The results of your personal injury settlement or trial are highly dependent upon the evidence you have. This evidence needed isn't just to prove that you were injured or that your injuries were severe, but also to show that the person or entity you are suing was negligent and responsible. The following tips can help you gather and preserve the evidence you need. Tip #1: Arrange for prompt photographs at the scene [Read More]