Breach Of Contract Suits: Are They Financially Worth It?

If you were involved in a deal with another company and they failed to uphold their end of the agreement, you may be considering filing a breach of contract lawsuit as a result. However, if you're not familiar with the laws and the way that these cases are handled in court, you may wonder what it can actually do for you in the long run. Here are a few of the types of damages that you may be able to recoup if you file a lawsuit for commercial breach of contract. [Read More]

Estate Planning Tips for Dealing With Your "Digital Afterlife"

Most people of a certain age have a digital footprint, and often there are things that they wished had not been published. As well as social media, there are things such as banking, online shopping history and everything you have put into the cloud. It is hard to know what will become of the information when you die. But, if you die suddenly, it will be even more confusing. Thus, it is good to consider this as part of your estate planning as it is an issue that is going to increase rather than diminish. [Read More]

3 Helpful Actions To Take When Working With A Car Accident Attorney

If you're hit by another motorist and significant injuries result, you may wish to pursue legal action against them. You'll need help from a car accident attorney when doing so, as it will make this legal process a lot easier to manage. Just make sure you take these steps when working with one of these attorneys.  Take Pictures  For a car accident attorney to put together a sound case for this personal injury claim, they need ample evidence. [Read More]

What Is A Juror Profile?

One of the most important factors in any case, whether criminal, civil or corporate, is who is in the jury. Regardless of how compelling your arguments are or how accurate the evidence is, you could still lose your case if you have just one biased juror. Whether the juror is aware of their bias or not, this bias could result in an unfavorable decision for you. This means that during the process of jury selection, attorneys need to create juror profiles before deciding who they want in the jury and who they don't. [Read More]