If a member of your family died from a work-related injury or illness, then you may be wondering if you can collect benefits on their behalf. According to worker compensation laws in California, workers compensation benefits may be made to family members who were totally or partially financially dependent on
You receive a condemnation notice from a government agency, or a relocation agent contacts you with interest in your property. An appraisal or assessment of your property is scheduled, or you receive an offer. Now what do you do? You will want to contact an attorney with expertise in
Being involved in a motorcycle accident can be devastating. Whether you caused the accident or you are the victim, the results can affect you physically, emotionally, financially and – in some cases – legally. For example, if you cause the accident, the victim or their family may decide to
You won’t have to do your taxes for year 2016 until next calendar year (2017), but the IRS has already released income tax changes that you can use to plan ahead. As you will notice, the limits for many exemptions and credits will go up – allowing taxpayers to
When something extremely negative happens to you as a patient, you may wonder if you have experienced medical malpractice. Medical malpractice is professional negligence by act or omission by a health care provider. It means the treatment provided falls below the accepted standard of practice in the medical community.
When you want to file for an annulment, you must file by a certain deadline – or statute of limitations. Depending on the reason why you want an annulment, the deadline can vary. Here are the reasons you may ask for an annulment followed by the statutes of limitations. Prior