Using The Courts To Obtain Child Custody

If you and your spouse cannot agree on child custody, it's best to understand what happens next. Almost any issue during divorce can be difficult, but child custody disagreements can be particularly distressing. To get an idea of what will happen during a contested child custody case, read on. Your Child's Best Interests When issues involving a minor-aged child comes up, the family court system uses an overall rule that places the best interests of the child above all else.   Read More...

Loss Of Taste: Have You Suffered Nerve Damage In A Dental Procedure?

If you're a chef or wine taster, a loss of taste could be catastrophic for you professionally. Whether or not you're a gourmand, a loss of taste is a loss of daily enjoyment of food.  Although a loss of taste is rare, numerous causes could be implicated in your desensitized taste buds. If you notice a loss of taste directly following a dental visit, you may have suffered a dental injury.   Read More...

3 Ways To Increase Your Settlement In A Truck Accident Case

When you get into an accident with a commercial truck, serious injuries are common. If you were involved in an accident with a commercial vehicle, there are steps you can take to ensure your settlement is maximized. Tip #1: Get Medical Attention The best thing you can do after you are involved in an accident with a commercial vehicle is to get medical attention. You should call 911, and you should accept help from the EMTs who respond to the scene.   Read More...

Could You Have A Lead Poisoning Case?

Lead poisoning is a serious condition in which lead has built up in the body, often over time and due to regular exposure, and is causing negative symptoms in the sufferer. People can be exposed to lead and subjected to lead poisoning via all types of different routes. Some people, for example, might work in a workplace or work environment in which lead is present. Others might be exposed to lead in a rental property in which they live.   Read More...

Dog Owner Reasonableness in a Dog Bite Case

If you are pursuing a dog bite case, the court will evaluate whether the defendant acted in a reasonable manner in the events leading up to the injury. Below are some of the factors the court will consider during the evaluation.   1. Animal Confinement Dog owners should take reasonable measures to separate the public from their animals. This looks like putting the dog in its kennel, chaining the dog, or using a leash when out with the dog.   Read More...