Understanding Legal Battles

About Me

Understanding Legal Battles

After struggling for years to wrap my head around the legal drama in the news, I was faced with a pretty big challenge of my own. My son was accused of a crime that he swore he didn't commit, although I was a little less than convinced. However, after evaluating the facts, I could tell that he was telling the truth, so we hired a professional lawyer who could help us through the challenge of fighting the charges. The lawyer worked hard to make things right, and within a few short months, my son was in the clear. Read more about legal problems in this blog.


Latest Posts

Motorcycle Accident Attorney: Utilizing Helmet-Mounted Video Evidence
20 July 2023

In the fast-paced world of motorcycles, accidents

Suffering From Food Poisoning? Contact A Personal Injury Lawyer
20 July 2023

If you experienced food poisoning after you consum

Some Of Advances In Worker's Compensation Law You Should Discuss With Your Lawyer
10 May 2023

Workers' compensation law, also known as workman's

Why Legal Counsel Is Needed After A Car Accident
10 May 2023

Being one of the parties in an accident does not m

When Negligence Leads To Injury: How A Competent Attorney Can Help You Recover Damages
23 March 2023

Are you aware of the wide range of injuries that n

What To Do If You Have Been Cited For Reckless Driving

Getting a traffic citation is never fun, but some are more serious than others. For example, if you are cited for reckless driving, you should know that you could be facing some pretty harsh consequences because of it, such as having major points on your driver's license, paying hefty fines, and seeing a major increase in your insurance premiums. Depending on the situation and your current driving record, you could even be facing losing your driver's license completely. Read More 

Refusing To Blow In The Breathalyzer In Georgia: Good Or Bad Idea?

A Georgia news reporter made some news of her own over the 2016 Thanksgiving holiday when she got pulled over for driving too fast and the officer said she appeared glassy-eyed and had alcohol on her breath. The news reporter refused to take the breathalyzer test but ended up being arrested for a DUI (along with reckless driving and speeding). Was the refusal to blow into the breathalyzer a wise one? Without the breathalyzer, is a DUI charge even sustainable? Read More 

Does The Non-Custodial Parent Have To Provide Medical Insurance?

Your child's insurance and medical care will become part of the discussion during child support negotiations with the other parent. Who is responsible for covering the bills and providing insurance can have a bearing on the support that is ordered by the court. If you are the custodial parent, here is what you need to know about your child's medical expenses.   Who Is Responsible for Providing Medical Insurance? Your state's laws dictate who is responsible for providing medical insurance for your child. Read More 

Need a Lawyer? Two Tips to Help You Get One on a Budget

Whether you're involved in a medical malpractice case or have been brought up on criminal charges, having a lawyer can be absolutely invaluable.  A skilled and experienced lawyer can help you make sense of the legal side of things so that you'll know what to expect.  However, as much as you may want to hire an attorney, you may think that doing so isn't financially feasible. Don't let your monetary restrictions keep you from the benefits of having an attorney. Read More 

Two Reasons Why An Attorney Is So Valuable During A Divorce

If you're going through a relatively amicable divorce with your spouse, you may think that you don't need an attorney. The two of you may be civil enough to talk about things, and it may seem that you can file for divorce on your own. However, choosing to divorce without the legal expertise of a lawyer could prove to be a very unwise decision. Use this information to learn why it is absolutely essential for you to hire an attorney when you are divorcing your spouse. Read More