Conviction Overturned? You May Be Owed a Fine Refund

When a person is convicted of a crime, it's not unusual for the court to order the defendant to pay court fines and/or restitution. What happens to that money when the court overturns the conviction, though? A recent decision by the Supreme Court affirmed what many courts in other jurisdictions already knew; the money should be refunded to defendants as soon as possible. Here's more information about the case that lead to this decision and how you can get your money back from the court. [Read More]

How To Recover Money For Loss Of Use After A Car Accident

When a car accident occurs that was not your fault but has left you without a vehicle for a while, you might be able to file a claim for loss of use after the accident. Seeking compensation for this is not always easy when you try settling a case without a lawyer, which is why you may want to consider hiring a car accident lawyer to help you settle your case. [Read More]

Understanding Liability Issues When A Car Accident Occurs With A Company Vehicle

If you have been injured in an accident or if your car has sustained a great deal of damage that your insurance does not cover, then you may want to sue the other driver for damages. While some auto accident cases can be settled fairly quickly, certain things can complicate an auto accident case. This can happen if the driver that hit you was driving for work purposes at the time. [Read More]

When and How To Gain Evidence after a Car Accident

Getting into a car accident can really shake you up, yet the moments right after an accident are some of the most critical when it comes to making a case for your insurance company or, if need be, for the court. Thus, you need to have an idea of what you would do before you find yourself in a situation where you need to act decisively. Knowing what sort of evidence to gather and how to gather it will help you to build your case. [Read More]