Negotiating Plea Deals

  • Don't Fall Victim: Common Mistakes You Can Avoid With Workers' Compensation

    20 July 2018

    It's easy to assume that your employer's workers' compensation coverage is a guaranteed benefit, but once you get hurt and try to get coverage it looks different. The workers' comp carriers can be difficult to deal with, particularly if you aren't informed. Read on and get informed about some common mistakes people tend to make with workers' compensation. 1. You have an injury that causes off-and-on pain, such as a back or neck injury.

  • What To Do If You Are Ever Arrested

    4 June 2018

    Information is powerful, which is why you should know what to do should you ever get arrested before the situations occurs. If you ever find yourself arrested, generally most people's first priority is to get out of jail on bond. There are specific steps that you need to take when you are arrested if you want to be released from jail on bond. Be Careful with Your Phone Call When you are processed and booked into jail, you are generally allowed to make at least one phone call, if not more.

  • Facing The Consequences Of A DUI

    11 April 2018

    If you've been arrested and charged with driving under the influence (or DWI), you must take quick action to protect your rights. Your first priority should be getting in touch with a criminal defense lawyer since the consequences of being convicted of this crime are stiff. To learn more about what you might be facing for your DUI charge, read on. Will you serve jail time? That depends on a few details of your arrest.

  • What You Should Do If You Are Facing False Accusation Of DUI

    24 January 2018

    If you have been accused of DUI (driving under the influence), you should take the accusations seriously even if you believe you were not intoxicated at the time of your arrest. Here are some tips for facing a false accusation of DUI: Don't Assume the Truth Will Set You Free If you have been falsely accused of DUI, one of the worst things you can do is to assume that you will be acquitted because you are innocent.