2 Things To Talk To Your Personal Injury Attorney About

When it comes to being injured in an accident, it can cause a great deal of pain in many areas. The emotional stress, as well as physical and financial losses, can wreak havoc on your life. You may want to take legal action against the other driver who was at fault to attempt to recover some from your losses. This may require you to meet with a personal injury attorney, like the ones found at Sweetser Law Office, who can discuss the case one-on-one with you. Read More 

What Are Punitive Damages? And Will Your Personal Injury Case Include Them?

Most of the time, personal injury lawsuits are about recovering fair compensation for your injuries, lost wages and medical expenses. Sometimes, however, a defendant's actions are so outrageous that the court will level punitive damages when deciding what money to award the plaintiff. This article will help you understand punitive damages and whether or not they might be awarded in your case. What Are Punitive Damages? Punitive damages (also called " Read More 

What Should I Know About Same Sex Immigration?

When it comes to immigrating into the United States, you always need to be sure that you have your ducks in a row and understand your rights and information. In no case is this more certain than immigration situations involving same sex marriages and families. If you are a gay person seeking to immigrate with your family to the United States and want to be fully aware of your rights, consider the following information. Read More 

How Your Smartphone Can Help Prevent A DUI

If you have been charged with a DUI - driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol - then you know for certain that's not something you ever want to experience again. It's scary, it's expensive, and it could easily cost you your job and your freedom. But if you have a smartphone, it's very possible that you won't have to worry about another DUI. Yes, there's an app for that. Read More 

Raising A Special Education Student: Knowing Your Child’s Rights

Far too many parents believe that special education programs limit their child's potential. However, the truth is that children who participate in these programs are provided many legal rights that other students may not receive. It is these rights that will help your child to realize their true potential, but only if you understand these rights and how they can be used to advocate for your child. The Right To Be Informed Read More