Monthly Archives: March 2015

How Should I Interact With the Insurance Company After an Auto Accident?

If you have recently been in an auto accident, you may experience some anxiety and have a full list of unanswered questions. Initially you will need to make sure that a claim is set up with your own insurance company for payment of your medical bills, and that a claim is filed with the insurance company for the at-fault driver who is responsible for causing the accident. The at-fault driver may be the driver of your car or the driver or another vehicle. Here are some tips on how you should interact with the insurance companies once you file your claim. Be Truthful When your claim is filed and you are ask to give a statement, you should always be... Read More

Three Mistakes Criminal Defendants Make That Can Hurt Their Criminal Defense

When you are charged with a crime or criminal offense, it is easy to become confused and make mistakes. The first thing you should do is hire a criminal defense attorney to represent you in court. Here are three mistakes that defendants make that can hurt their criminal defense. Talking to the Police Many times the police will tell you that you might as well come clean and that telling them the whole truth will make it easier on you in the long run. While it might seem like a good idea to talk with the police in hopes that it will help your case, in reality it likely will only make the situation worse and could cause your immediate... Read More

Will Versus Trust: Which One Do I Need?

You have worked hard your entire life and you have tried to save as much as possible. It is perfectly normal at this stage in your life for you to be worried about such things as wills, trusts, and probate. Deciding whether a will or a trust is best for you comes down to knowing enough about them to make an informed decision. Your best bet is to hire a well-educated estate, trust and probate lawyer to discuss with you the basics of wills, trusts, and probate. What is a Will? A will is a document that sets out in a written instrument how and when your estate is to be distributed after your death and to whom, and in... Read More