3 Things To Know About A Personal Injury Claim For Foreign Objects In Food

Personal injury claims are always complex and require a lot of investigation, but foreign objects in food in particular can be very difficult to investigate. Making a claim requires you to find the party or parties responsible for allowing a dangerous or illness-causing object to enter the food you're preparing to eat or cook. Whether you dine out and find metal in the food or discover an insect in a can at home, keep these three things in mind when deciding if you want to make a personal injury claim or not. Read More 

You Accidentally Walked Into The Wrong Apartment: Will Be You Charged With Burglary?

People often make serious mistakes when going home at the end of a long day of work. These mistakes are also likely to occur if a person has had a few drinks before coming home. In this situation, entering the wrong apartment may seem like a minor deal. However, the person living there may be trying to get you charged with burglary. Will this charge stick? Entering An Open Door May Count As Burglary Read More 

3 Reasons To Bring In A Business Dispute Expert For An Amicable Business Split

Splitting a business may occur as a happy occurrence so the two companies can both grow in new directions, or it may occur a little less cheerfully due to illness or divorce. Many business partners manage to handle the split amicably and professionally regardless of the cause. So why bring in business litigation or counsel in these cases? There are three good reasons to always have the help of an expert when dividing a business. Read More 

Afraid Of Being Out-Financed By A Bigger Company In Court? Consider Commercial Litigation Funding

Commercial litigation is sometimes a necessary part of today's business world, but it can also be a huge drain on a fledgling company's economic resources. Even if you believe that your case is a winner, the cost of taking it through the court system can be more than your small company can afford—which means that you may settle for far less than you are due. Commercial litigation funding, however, may change that dynamic and level the playing field for the better. Read More 

Preliminary Motions That May Affect Your Lawsuit

If your personal injury case has moved to the trial stage, it doesn't necessarily mean that it will be tried in that court or in front of the current judge or even if it will be tried at all. The defendant can file pre-trial motions that may change all of those factors and more. Here are three examples of such pretrial motions: Change of Venue This motion seeks to move the case from its current court to a different one. Read More