Seeking Pain And Suffering Damages? What You Need To Know

If you're recovering from an injury, you're clearly aware of all the of the losses you have suffered because of this. You'll have medical bills, potentially damaged property, and even lost wages from your job if you were unable to work. While these damages have clear monetary values that can be recovered in a personal injury lawsuit, there is another type of damage that is not so clear. Here's the key information to understand about seeking pain and suffering damages. [Read More]

Divorce Property and Debts

If you and your spouse are divorcing, the division of property and debt can be one of the most contentious issues you experience. While it is always recommended that parties work together to create a plan for addressing debts and assets, the law does provide guidance on how it should be handled. States are divided in the manner that they address the marital estate, with most states following what is called equitable distribution and a few following community laws. [Read More]

Is Your Teen Going To Be Driving Soon? 3 Things They Should Do If They're Involved In A Car Accident

If your teenager is about to start driving on their own, you've probably taken all of the necessary precautions to make sure they're prepared for the responsibility. They've enrolled in driver's education and you've made sure that they've spent the necessary time with behind-the-wheel training. You might have even enrolled them in a defensive driver's course. However, have you made sure that they know what to do if they are ever in a car accident? [Read More]

Dealing With Drugs And Alcohol With Your Learning Disabled Teen

If you have a teenage child with a learning disability (LD), you likely face challenges on many fronts. One of the biggest areas where both LD kids and their parents face difficulty is in dealing with drugs and alcohol at school and recreational activities. Here are some ways you can keep your LD kid out of trouble and help them navigate this tricky area of growing up. How Kids with Learning Disabilities Differ at School [Read More]