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finding your way through a wrongful death lawsuit

Losing a loved one is hard enough, but losing one because a doctor or hospital did not provide an adequate level of care makes it all that more difficult. I have been through this myself and hope that someone can find assurance from the information that I have provided on my website. Knowing what to expect during a wrongful death lawsuit can take some of the stress out of the situation. Having the answers to the many questions that you have and that I have had to ask can help take the guessing out of the situation. Please, talk with a lawyer and use the information provided on this site as you struggle to get through a horrendous time in your life.

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Maximum Medical Improvement: What It Means

If you have been receiving workers' comp benefits for a while, you may soon be asked to undergo a special kind of medical exam. The results of this exam could affect your continued ability to receive those valuable benefits, like a portion of your pay and related medical expenses. You cannot expect the workers' comp insurance to pay you these benefits forever, at least not at this level. Read on to learn more about the next level of workers' comp: maximum medical improvement (MMI). Read More 

Tips For Your Initial Meeting With An Attorney That Specializes In Immigration Law

When you find yourself experiencing legal troubles with immigrating, it can be an extremely stressful experience. This can be particularly true for those that are currently living in the country as they may have fears and concerns about being deported. During your first meeting with an immigration attorney, such as Fickey Martinez Law Firm, P.L.L.C., you may not know what should be expected or how to ensure that this meeting is productive. Read More 

What Do You Do When The Executor Of A Will Isn’t Doing The Job And It’s Slowing Your Inheritance?

Probate administration is a task that generally falls to the executor of the estate. It basically means that the executor has to file the will with the local probate court, collect the assets of the deceased, pay off any debts that he or she had (including funeral expenses), and then distribute the remaining assets to the heirs listed in the will. It sounds easy enough, but there are a lot of small details that have to be handled. Read More 

How Does a Father Win Custody?

While the gender bias for women winning custody of their children may be closing, fathers still may feel that a jury tends to favor mothers during a custody trial. Whether that's true or not, there are many things that you can do as a dad to make your custody case a more surefire success. Hire the Right Attorney The first thing to do is find the right family lawyer. Someone who has a lot of experience specifically with custody cases is who you are looking for. Read More 

Expanding Your Small Business For The First Time? Here Are Two Important Steps You Should Take

Congratulations—your small business finally has crossed the threshold where you have more work than you can handle on your own! Now you have a whole new list of things that you need to learn, including how you classify someone working for you and how you pay them (and IRS) correctly. Here are some things to consider. 1. Figure out if you are hiring employees or independent contractors.  This may be an easy decision or it might be one of those things that you haven't even considered yet. Read More