Witnesses are key components to most personal injury trials. They support your own statements, disprove other statements, clarify evidence, and provide context for the jury. But sometimes a witness may become legally unavailable. What does this mean? And what can you do if it happens? Here are the answers to your questions. What Makes a Witness Unavailable? Being legally unavailable for a trial doesn't just mean that the witness has a scheduling conflict or doesn't want to make the effort. [Read More]
How Is A Self-Storage Unit Affected By Bankruptcy?
Many Americans need to have a few things tucked into a self-storage unit. It could be anything from an unused vehicle or winter sports equipment to home business inventory or grandma's heirlooms. But how might your storage unit be affected if you have to file for bankruptcy? Is it at risk? Are your things protected? Here are a few answers to your questions. Is Your Storage Unit Part of the Bankruptcy? [Read More]
OVI Defense Attorney: Negotiating A Plea Bargain
If you've been cited for operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI), you've made a serious lapse in judgment that can create a ripple effect throughout your life. An OVI defense attorney may be able to reduce the charges and/or negotiate better terms for the assessed penalties if they are able to secure a plea bargain. Here are some steps to take when working with an OVI defense attorney to get a plea deal. [Read More]
Crucial Measures Your Legal Advisor Wants You To Take Immediately After A Vehicle Hits You When Riding A Motorbike
Motorcycles offer an affordable mode of transport, especially for people traveling short distances. However, they are not as safe as vehicles because they don't have a physical interior to protect riders when they get involved in collisions. Ultimately, this is one of the reasons why bikers suffer severe bodily harm when drivers knock them down. Luckily, there are numerous legal remedies motorcycle crash victims can explore to get payments for their injuries. [Read More]