In Need Of Legal Assistance? 4 Things You Need To Do To Prepare For Your First Appointment

If you're in need of legal assistance, the first thing you need to do is schedule your consultation. When it comes to retaining legal counsel, the initial consultation is crucial. It's during this initial appointment that you give the attorney all the pertinent information regarding your case. It's also during this appointment that your attorney begins to formulate a strategy for your case. Because of the importance, you need to be fully prepared for the appointment. [Read More]

Types Of Defective Products Cases, And How To Determine If You Can Sue

Defective products are everywhere. You buy some pens and they leak ink inside your shirt pocket. You buy a cleaner, but it does not remove the stains it claims to remove. Instead, it eats holes in what it was supposed to clean. You buy a car because the company claims that it has solved the "dirty diesel" problem and now you can drive an eco-friendly car. Instead, you find that the company cheated the emissions tests, and diesel is still as dirty as it ever was. [Read More]

Injured At Work? What You Can And Cannot Receive Compensation For

As an employee, it's helpful to know that if you are injured at work, you have workers compensation to provide compensation for you. Of course, this is only if your injury applies. There are certain injuries that you are not able to receive coverage for, but more often than not, people are more unaware of what injuries they actually can receive coverage for, which is why so many people miss out on compensation because they don't believe it qualifies. [Read More]

What Is Jury Consulting, And Why Do You Need It?

Your legal representation may have suggested that you get jury consulting for your case. What is it, and why do you need it? Read on to find out.  What is Jury Consulting? Jury consultants are professionals who have mastered the social science of choosing a jury for a trial and ensuring that the jury behaves appropriately. They also provide advice on how to best reach a jury. Their training is both legal and psychological in nature. [Read More]