Creating a Successful Relationship With Your Lawyer

Curbing Road Rage Against Cyclists

The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center reports that more than 700 people die each year in a bicycling accident. Unfortunately many of those deaths and injuries caused to cyclists are the result of encounters with angry motorists. People driving cars may get angry at cyclists because they perceive them as being in the way and […]

“He Just Wasn’t Into ‘Frozen'” And Other Weird Reasons For Divorce

Many couples get divorced for justifiable reasons such as adultery or domestic abuse issues. However, a small percentage of people get divorced for reasons that defy belief, logic, or both. Here are a few cases where spouses decided they couldn’t stay together for reasons that are stranger than fiction. Elsa the Home Wrecker When Disney’s […]

Know Someone Committing Disability Fraud? What Should You Do?

You may have heard rumors that the federal fund that helps the government make Social Security Disability (SSD) payments is beginning to run dry. Some government analysts predict that the fund will be exhausted within the next year or two. Unfortunately, the biggest drain on the Social Security fund is false or fraudulent disability claims. […]

What To Expect At Your Free Consultation With An Auto Accident Lawyer

You’re nervous about scheduling an appointment with an auto accident lawyer, even though the first appointment is free. The idea of talking to a lawyer feels intimidating, especially since you’re not entirely sure you deserve a better settlement offer. Don’t hesitate to have this free consultation. Accident attorneys want to help you obtain the right […]

What Type Of Liquor License Is Right For Your Business?

Many different types of small businesses can increase their daily revenues by becoming legally able to serve alcohol to their patrons. That’s why so many business owners apply for liquor licenses each year. However, liquor licenses come in a wide variety of types–making the choice for business owners difficult.  In order to know which license […]

What Should You Do If Your Employer Opts Out Of State Workers Compensation?

If you work as a W2 employee, you probably don’t give much thought to type of workers compensation coverage your employer purchases. However, a recent set of Oklahoma workers compensation cases have illustrated the potential dangers of having a workers compensation program administered outside the state coverage guidelines. How can you determine whether your employer […]