How to Handle a Partnership Dispute


If you are currently involved in a partnership business and are having problems with your partner, you are not alone. While partnerships are very common types of business structures, many people in partnerships end up with problems with their partners. If the problems are severe and you cannot solve them on your own, you should contact a lawyer that specializes in business litigation services. Here are three things to know in order to handle a partnership dispute.

2 April 2018

Four Assumptions You Shouldn't Make During Claim Negotiations


Negotiating an injury settlement is both a learned skill and an art. This is why insurance adjuster seems so good in it; they have been doing this for a long time. However, you aren't doomed even if this is your first attempt at serious negations. With a little preparation, you can easily get what you deserve. The preparations start by not making any of these four assumptions: Your Case Will Settle

26 July 2017

Do You Have A Valid Defective Product Liability Claim? Here's What You May Have To Prove


After using a product that you've purchased, it can malfunction in a way that can cause you to want to file a lawsuit against the company that made it. That is particularly true if you or someone you know was hurt or in danger of some kind of injury. However, if you'd like to move forward with a liability claim, here are some of the things you might have to prove.

30 September 2016

4 Legal Tips For Food Poisoning Lawsuits


Food poisoning cases seem to be on the rise in the media. In 2015, Chipotle was hit by an E. coli/norovirus scandal that would see 43 stores closed. Severe food poisoning leaves people off work and struggling to do everyday tasks, so lawsuits are common. If you are suing for food poisoning, make sure you follow these top legal tips. Make Sure You Can Prove It You know that the only way you could have been ill was from the restaurant, but can you prove that's the case?

30 August 2016

Your Child's Rights In Criminal Law


Criminal law does not just pertain to those over the age of 18. Anyone under the age of 18 is also subject to criminal law enforcements should they break the law. This can include theft, bullying, and other criminal behavior. The only difference is the way in which your child would be punished if found guilty of any of these crimes. If your child is arrested, it's important that you know their rights under the criminal law.

11 July 2016

A Brief Guide To Making A Succession Plan For The Family Business You Started


Small family companies that don't have a succession plan in place when the founder dies or retires have a greater risk of failing than a company that has taken the time to prepare for the future without the original owner. The Boston Globe recently reported in February 2016, that roughly 8 out of 10 family businesses do not have a succession plan in place. This can result in arguments among family members on who will be in charge and cause the company to lose focus on what they have done to be successful.

25 May 2016

Top Reasons Why You May Want To Retain A Social Security Disability Lawyer


If you are have found yourself to be disabled and are in need of financial assistance because of your inability to work, you may want to find a social security disability lawyer to help with your case. To help you understand why it is in your best interest to retain an attorney, you will want to take a few moments to review the following points. Guides You Through The Long Application 

24 May 2016