Frequently Asked Questions About Lawyers And Short Sales

If you owe more on your home than what it is worth, and you can't afford the payments any longer, you may be able to short sale your home. This means that you can sell the home for less than what it is worth to avoid a foreclosure. When you are doing this, you have the option of consulting with or hiring a real estate attorney to guide you through the process. Read More 

2 Things To Know About Continuing Education Courses For Lawyers

If you are currently a lawyer, one of the best ways to keep up with current legal trends is by taking additional legal classes. This is often referred to as continuing legal education (CLE), and it is something that could help you stay in touch with new topics, trends, and laws. If you do not have time to actually go to a college to take these classes, you could take them online. Read More 

Frequently Asked Questions About A Deposition For A Personal Injury Claim

If you are a plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit, i.e., the injured party who filed the lawsuit, there is a good chance you will be asked to take part in a deposition. When this occurs, you may have many questions, especially if you have never had to partake in one before. Getting answers to the questions you have about depositions can help to calm your nerves and help you to better understand the process. Read More 

Understanding Worker’s Compensation Qualifications With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

If you've been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome, you should talk with your doctor about the potential cause of the condition. If your doctor determines that it was caused by your job, you may be able to file a worker's compensation claim to cover your medical costs. Here's a look at what you need to know about carpal tunnel syndrome and worker's compensation qualification. What Exactly is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by compression of the nerves and tendons that run through the carpal tunnel of your wrist. Read More 

Your Doctor Wants A Cesarean Section, But Do You?

While cesarean sections are often medically necessary, they sometimes carry with them emotional tolls for mothers who want to deliver their babies naturally. Women who have brought their babies into the world via cesarean report feelings of loss, failure, and helplessness, as well as delayed bonding with their infants and an overwhelming sense that they have been violated.  Despite the immense emotional impact cesarean deliveries can have for mothers, recent cases suggest that doctors are swaying, bullying, and even forcing women into agreeing to deliver their babies by cesarean. Read More