Who Should Be Held Liable When an Accident Is Caused by Brake Failure?

Accidents caused by brake failures are thankfully fairly rare, but they're usually severe when they occur. When a driver is unable to stop or slow down their car at all, a high-speed collision is likely. Unlike an auto accident caused by driver error, however, there may be more parties at fault in an accident caused by brake failure. The mechanic who last serviced the brakes or the auto manufacturer may be at fault for the accident. [Read More]

Why You Need An Attorney After A Defective Car Seat Accident

Child car seats save countless lives. However, when child car seats are defective, they can fail to protect a child during a crash and may place the child at an even greater risk of sustaining serious injuries. If your child was injured due to a defective car seat, you may be able to file a claim against the car seat manufacturer. To seek compensation, you'll want to speak with a personal injury attorney. [Read More]

Why A DUI Might Result In A Hardship License And What This Means

Getting arrested for a DUI will result in criminal charges, the criminal process, and consequences unless the court dismisses the charges. You can wind up with many consequences, even for a first DUI charge, and one of these is the requirement for a hardship license. If you do not understand why this happens or what this means, continue reading to find out more information. A DUI Is a Serious Driving Offense [Read More]

Can You Receive Your Ex-Spouse's Social Security Payments?

You might be planning for your retirement and while you might have worked, you didn't earn as much as your ex-spouse did. You might think that if you were still married to them, you would share in their social security benefits payment, in the same manner that they would yours. You might not realize that you can still receive part of your ex-spouse's social security benefits payment after the divorce, and potentially if they are deceased as well. [Read More]