What To Do When You Think You've Gotten Sick From Asbestos

Asbestos is a dangerous material that used to be commonly used for insulating buildings. The fibers that comprise asbestos are very fine, and they can cause serious lung problems including respiratory difficulties and cancer. The most common type of cancer caused by asbestos is mesothelioma. If you are experiencing chest pain or shortness of breath and you suspect asbestos may be the culprit, here are three steps you need to take.   Read More...

Strings Attached: What To Know About Conditional Bequests

Make no mistake about it – as the author of your will, you have the power to name beneficiaries and pass on your property as you see fit. That doesn't mean, however, that everything in a last will and testament will be upheld by the probate court. One sticky area is conditional bequests. Read on to find out more. Voiding Out the Condition Some bequest conditions are not meant to be.   Read More...

Is Your Employer Not Filing Your Worker's Compensation Claim? What You Should Know

When you are injured at work, you typically are entitled to benefits from your employer's worker's compensation insurance policy. The benefits are meant to pay for your medical expenses and help replace a portion of your salary if you are unable to work. The goal of worker's compensation is so employees do not file a personal injury lawsuit against an employer. Unfortunately, there may be times in which your employer may not cooperate when you file a claim.   Read More...

Facing A Felony Charge? 3 Things You Should Know As You Prepare To Fight Your Case

Criminal charges can vary a lot, and the worst type to face is any type of felony charge. A felony is a charge that will linger with you for the rest of your life, and you will need a good criminal lawyer assisting you with your case if the charges you are facing fall into this category. As you prepare to fight your case, here are a few things to understand about felony charges.   Read More...

How To Stop Paying Spousal Support

If you went through a divorce in the past and have been paying spousal support to your ex-spouse for many years, you might reach a point where you really want to put this to an end. Spousal support is usually considered a temporary thing, but it will take getting a court order before you can legally stop paying it. Here are a few things to know if you want to stop paying the spousal support the court ordered you to pay years ago.   Read More...