Filing Harassment Charges by the Handbook

Filing Harassment Charges by the Handbook

When it comes to the issue of harassment in a workplace – people will call me or come in to see me, and say, “Well, the handbook says I’m supposed to complain to my employer over harassment.” It’s very important to remember that the employer gets the benefit of the doubt if you don’t. On […]

Who Fixes Your Car After an Auto Accident?

Who Fixes Your Car After an Auto Accident

One question I repeatedly hear from clients is, “What happens to the property damage for an automobile accident? Who pays for the damage to my car? How quickly can I get that done?” Those answers really depend on your preferences. If you have collision coverage on your own insurance policy when you’re involved in a […]

Do Personal Injury Cases Settle Before Court?

Do Personal Injury Cases Settle Before Court

Many clients ask whether they’re going to have to go to trial or whether it is possible that their case could be resolved without the need for going to court. The answer to that question, I’m happy to say, is that we’re often able to achieve great results for our clients without the necessity of […]

Arrested for a DWI Under Leandra’s Law

Arrested for a DWI Under Leandra's Law

Some of my clients express their concerns about how many drinks would prevent them from driving their children home. Leandra’s Law, also known as the Child Passenger Protection Act, is a law that was passed as a result of an 11-year-old girl who was killed in a drunk driving accident back in 2009. The law […]

Being Fired Because of Social Media Activity

Being Fired Because of Social Media Activity

In this day and age, I don’t know anyone who doesn’t have some sort of social media account – be it Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Occasionally, friends, potential clients, or other people I meet will ask me, “Can my boss look at what’s on my social media? Can they fire me for something I post […]