The answer to that question depends upon the circumstances. Oftentimes a parent will allow their child to have a party at their house, even when the child maybe is in their late teens. If the parents are supplying the liquor or the alcohol or the drugs or they know that people are drinking excessively then…

For my clients that come to me that own businesses or own properties, I always advise them to look into security. Not for them to look into security, but for them to hire a security consultant to do a review of their operation and of the area to tell them what they think they need…

For the most part it’s going to be four years. If the party or the company or the person that injured you was a government employee you might need to take steps prior to that four years, so you need to talk to an attorney that’s experienced and can guide you through the timing of…

If the store caused the material to be on the ground, or knew about the material being on the ground, and took no steps to clean it up, then in fact, they might be responsible for your injuries as a result of slipping and falling on that material.

Not necessarily. Much of that question depends upon the type of business that is being run and the location and what the history of the location is. Even if the business is a very simple business that does not deal with guns or does not deal with alcohol, they might be required to provide security…

No. In my experience, most attorneys including myself try to negotiate prior to going to court. We only go to court as a last resort if the other side is either insistent that they were not at fault or does not believe that your monetary claim is adequate and thinks that you should not get…

This is one of the most common questions I get presented with. It’s a question, the next time you go and get your auto insurance, that you should ask your insurance agent. This type of coverage is not automatic, and is not mandatory. Unless you obtain this type of coverage, you will not get rental…

You might have a case and it depends upon what the type of defect it is in the product. If it’s systemic, in other words, if it’s a defect in every single version of that product, let’s just say for example, in a car, and it’s brake system was defective in every single car that…

You need to select a competent attorney that has sufficient resources and time. The resources and time of your attorney should be able to combat any amount of money that the other side has in litigating the case.

Medicaid is paid through the proceeds of your lawsuit, so if you settle or win, you will have to pay Medicaid back. Oftentimes, the Medicaid bill might be substantial, might even be higher than what you settle for. You need a competent attorney to help you go with Medicaid and try to get their claim…

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