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As the saying goes, An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and that sentiment couldn’t be more true than when it comes to hiring a lawyer. In order to ensure you hire the right one, check for these 8 signs:
1) You’re in jail.
2) You’re suing someone and need legal representation.
3) Your business is being taken away from you.
4) You’ve been convicted of a crime and are serving time in prison.
5) You’ve been accused of committing a crime but haven’t been charged yet with anything.
If you’ve been denied benefits by your employer, there are often ways to remedy that. The most common way is to apply for weekly payments until such time as they make their decision on your claim. If you feel like you’re having trouble making ends meet while waiting, contact an attorney who specializes in employment law and will be able to guide you through what steps you need to take.
If you have any questions before you file, you can either call one of our local offices to see if there are attorneys available or ask your general question in our Ask an Attorney area. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter so that we can send you email updates when new blogs are posted.
If you have any questions before you file, you can either call one of our local offices to see if there are attorneys available or ask your general question in our Ask an attorney area.
If you were injured due to someone else’s negligence or carelessness, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim. The following are some of indications that you might need to hire an attorney:
- Your injuries interfere with your ability to perform daily activities, such as work or regular housekeeping.
- You’re unable to take care of yourself and rely on other people for help as much as before.
- It is difficult for you to do your job because of your injury.
When it comes to debts, there are two types: secured and unsecured. Secured debts are loans that include something of value such as your home or car, where you would lose your collateral if you were to default on your debt. Unsecured debts can be simple credit card debt or student loans.
If someone owes you money, first think about how old the debt is and for what amount.
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