Disputing A Traffic Ticket: Here's How

Posted on: 8 June 2018

You may pride yourself on your clean driving record until you are given your very first moving violation or traffic ticket. These tickets can often have lasting repercussions; in addition to paying the ticket, you'll likely be issued so-called "points" that could affect your insurance costs and ultimately affect your ability to drive. Therefore, you might be eager to dispute that first ticket. If so, here's how you could do it effectively. [Read More]

Busting 3 Myths About Long-Term Disability Benefits

Posted on: 7 April 2018

When a person becomes disabled, they can face an uncertain future as they may no longer be able to work to support themselves. In these situations, long-term disability benefits can prove to be essential forms of support. However, there are many myths about these benefits that may leave individuals unable to make informed decisions concerning their disability benefits. Myth: Only Government Benefits Cover Long-Term Disability One assumption that people will have about long-term disability is that only government benefits will cover this type of problem. [Read More]

Two Reasons Why You Should Keep A Lawyer On Retainer

Posted on: 20 March 2018

If you watch a lot of television or movies, you've probably heard this phrase before: "I'm calling my attorney." So many actors and actresses say it on film that many everyday people have picked up the lingo as well. Although it's a common saying, not every person who speaks it can actually back it up. When you have a lawyer on retainer you'll be able to make this claim with full confidence. [Read More]

Three Suspicious Behaviors to Avoid at DUI Checkpoints

Posted on: 6 October 2016

Although the police have to use a neutral formula to stop cars at a DUI checkpoint, they can also stop any cars they see that give a reasonable suspicion of illegal behavior. This means that if you drive incompetently because you're drunk, recklessly enough to cause danger to other drivers, or something similar, they can still stop you even if they wouldn't have stopped you otherwise. So it's important to avoid suspicious driving behaviors. [Read More]