Christine Harris

In An Accident? What To Know About Insurance Claims Adjusters

For those hurt by another driver's carelessness, you may be getting a few phone calls from the insurance company sooner or later. These calls and how well you deal with them can mean more to your case than you might have thought, and it pays to be prepared ahead of time. Read on to learn more about the reason for the calls and how you can play it safe and not harm your chances for compensation. Read More 

Three Situations When You Need To Call An Attorney After An Auto Accident

Many accidents are simple fender benders, so you exchange information with the other driver and then let the insurance companies pay any claim that is necessary. If the claims are small, the fault of the accident is clear, and the accident does not involve any injuries, there may be no need to involve an attorney. However, the following are a few situations when you need to contact a lawyer. You were denied your claim Read More 

Making Your Personal Injury Deposition Pay Off

When you get injured in a wreck you probably have two important goals: to get your life back to normal again and to be paid compensation from the at-fault driver. The process involved in getting paid the money damages you deserve can be long, but you should realize that you may be offered a settlement at almost any time from the moment of the wreck all the way up to the court's final judgment. Read More 

Two Things You Need To Know If You Are Charged With Domestic Assault

A domestic assault charge is a very serious legal situation to find yourself in. Regardless of the circumstances that lead to the charge, consulting with a criminal defense lawyer should always be your first move. Their advise can be invaluable as you navigate the legal system. The following are two things you need to be aware of if you find yourself charged with domestic assault. #1: Do not try to contact your accuser Read More 

Traffic Violations: 5 Tips For Dismissal

No one wants to get pulled over and receive a traffic ticket from an officer. However, these things happen sometimes. While the easy thing would be to simply go to the courthouse or city hall and pay the ticket, who wants their auto insurance to skyrocket? It is possible to have your ticket dismissed. The problem is that most people don't have the slightest clue as to how to do it. Read More