As a parent, you're likely worried about how your children will be affected by your divorce. Luckily, you can make the divorce easier on your kids by choosing the right divorce attorney to work with – here are a few things to consider when consulting with prospective lawyers during your search: Meeting Times and Places One of the most important things to consider is the time and place your prospective divorce attorney will want to meet throughout your court case. [Read More]
Your Options For Reversing An Adoption And Getting Your Child Back
Each year, approximately 135,000 children are adopted. The majority of the time, this is the best thing that can happen to the child, but that's not always the case. If you as the biological mother or father of an adopted child feel this course of action was a mistake, it may be possible to reverse the transaction and get your parental rights back. The process isn't easy, but here are some ways you can make this happen. [Read More]
How To Choose A Personal Injury Lawyer
Winning a personal injury case is almost never easy, but it will always be more difficult if you try to go it alone. Finding the right personal injury attorney will greatly improve the chances that you receive the compensation you deserve, as long as you choose a reputable attorney. Here are five questions you should ask when you are interviewing a personal injury lawyer. Has the Attorney Won Similar Cases? [Read More]
Does Medical Fraud Drive Up Insurance Costs?
Medical fraud is a crime. Medical personnel who commit medical fraud lie about doctor visits and services, billing and procedures to turn a profit. It is mostly a professional or "white-collar" crime, although not exclusively. The cost of these crimes are passed along to the taxpayer in the form of higher medical costs and insurance premiums. Both state and Federal programs like Medicaid and Medicare are routinely affected. What are common types of medical fraud? [Read More]