Will The Biological Evidence Stand In Your DUI Case?

An arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) will include some sort of biological findings to prove that the subject was too intoxicated to drive. However, like all forms of DUI evidence, biological findings are a tricky area for the state to navigate successfully. Read below to find out more about these common DUI biological tests and how they can be invalid. DUI Evidence in General Many have seen law enforcement having suspects perform roadside sobriety testing. Read More 

3 Reasons To Consult An Attorney Regarding Transactions With Your Fine Art

Whether you are an art collector, an art investor, or a little of both, you want to make sure that you understand all the legal ramifications of the piece of art you are purchasing or selling. To this end, there are lawyers who have experience in this area of law concerning various forms of art, such as paintings and sculptures. The following are a few things that this type of lawyer can do for you. Read More 

Why You Should Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer When A Neighbor’s Dog Bites Your Child

Nothing is more traumatizing for a parent than hearing the cry of their young one. Now, if they fall in the yard and bruise their knee, you have no reason to panic because the injury would heal in no time. However, if the reason for their desperate cries is because a neighbor's dog bit them, you have every reason to be concerned. In fact, you should seek legal action against your neighbor lest the incident repeats itself in the future. Read More 

Preparing A Trust Plan For Your Passing

Ensuring that your family is protected following your passing will be an important obligation that people will want to oversee. Preparing a trust is one of the most common tools that people will use to manage the distribution of their assets. Conducting A Comprehensive Assessment And Inventory Of Your Assets Before you will be able to prepare an effective plan for your new trust, it is necessary to spend time thoroughly documenting all of the assets that will be managed by the trust. Read More 

Can A Personal Injury Lawyer Help After A Botched Surgery?

Are you the victim of a botched surgery? It is a devastating experience. You may be left with physical and emotional scars, not to mention medical bills you can't afford. You can get the compensation you deserve for your injuries with adequate and appropriate legal help. Here are four ways a personal injury lawyer can help after a botched surgery. 1. They Can Investigate the Incident Surgery is a complicated process and several things can go wrong. Read More