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?
Most people know that personal injury attorneys usually work on a contingency fee basis, but what about attorneys who handle other types of cases? Understanding how legal fees work can help you estimate your costs and make sure that you stay within your budget. This is what you should know. 1.) Some cases are easier than others to give an estimate for. If your prospective attorney doesn't seem like he or she can give you an estimate, it isn't because he or she is being shifty or trying to cheat you.
If you have elderly loved ones, you're undoubtedly doing everything in your power to ensure that they're as happy, healthy, and safe as possible. You've probably heard all kinds of horror stories about senior citizens being abused and taken advantage of by in-home caregivers, but did you know that this sometimes occurs in nursing homes as well? If one of your loved ones is living in a nursing home, you should keep your eyes peeled for telltale signs that they may be a victim of abuse.
With trampolines and bounce houses come an increased risk of injury. As a parent, it is important for you to understand how these toys can be dangerous for your children. Most Injured Are Under 15 The emergency rooms around the United States will see around 100,000 patients suffering bounce house and trampoline injuries, and the majority of those are children under 15. They have become so common that many pediatricians recommend not having trampolines anywhere for fun, and only in supervised gyms for training.