While you always want an attorney to look over each and every real estate contract you enter into, you usually don't need one to negotiate for you unless you live in a state that requires you to do so. You can rely on your agent to negotiate the contract. With that said, there are special circumstances that your real estate agent will not be able to handle. What's more, your agent has a vested interest in you buying the property -- they want to get their commission check.
After you have been involved in an auto accident, you are going to need to contact your car insurance company immediately and let them know what happened. When you contact your insurance company, there is specific information that they are going to want to know. Here is a quick overview of what information you need to be prepared to tell them about. #1 The Location Of Your Vehicle The first thing that they may want to know about is the location of your vehicle.
If you find your business on the defensive end of a lawsuit, it's time to consult with an attorney that can help. Anyone with some time on their hands can file a lawsuit against your company, and this means you may end up in court for any number of reasons. If you have a customer claiming that you advertised a service or product and made false claims, it's possible that they have a viable lawsuit.
When you are going through a divorce, the idea of sharing custody with your spouse may make you angry, heartbroken, or a combination of those and other unpleasant emotions. The fight for custody of your kids isn't going to be easy, either, but you can make things easier on yourself by avoiding these all-too-common mistakes that could cost you big time in the fight for custody of your kids. Mistake #1: Losing It on Your Ex or Your Kids
Injured In A Haunted House Or Other Halloween Attraction? Learn How To Tell If You Might Have A Case
Halloween is here again, bringing pumpkins, mini-sized candy bars, monster-movie fests, and—naturally—haunted houses. That last ingredient to all the Halloween fun is also the cause of some Halloween lawsuits every year when patrons get something more than they expected. If you're thinking about suing a haunted house or another haunted exhibit, like a barn, abandoned prison, or hayride, this is what you should know in advance. How much risk of injury did you voluntarily assume?