When You Aren't Looking: Prepping For Personal Injury Success

Personal injury cases are sort of like icebergs – it's what you don't see that makes the biggest impact. Once you turn your car accident case over to a personal injury attorney, the work that will end up making the biggest impact on your case might just happen out of sight. Read on to find out more about the things your lawyer is doing while you continue to recuperate from your injuries. [Read More]

Can You Be Compensated For A Sexually Transmitted Disease?

When finding out that you now have been infected with a sexually transmitted disease (STD), filing a lawsuit may be the last thing on your mind. After the shock wears off, however, you may wonder if your most recent sexual partner was to blame. With incidents of STD infections soaring, you become more likely to get an STD with each sexual encounter. To find out what you can do about your new problem, read on. [Read More]

How An Employer Sponsors A Foreign Worker Seeking An H-1B Visa

Some companies have difficulty finding workers to fill positions that require highly technical skills. To draw from a larger pool of job candidates, U.S. businesses sometimes recruit workers from other countries. After locating a suitable candidate from a foreign country, the employer is responsible for much of the process of obtaining an H-1B visa for the employee. The H-1B visa provides authorization to the visa holder to work exclusively for the sponsoring employer. [Read More]

Are Pre-Existing Injuries a Factor in Negligent Accidents?

Getting injured in an accident caused by someone's negligence typically warrants a call to your attorney to file an insurance claim for injuries. However, pre-existing injuries can often be a factor in an injury case that must be discussed with your legal counsel. In some instances, the negligent party's attorney may try to have the claim reduced completely, so it is important to have your attorney help you in cases where pre-existing injuries are present. [Read More]