Monthly Archives: May 2016

Buying or Selling A Home? Contact A Real Estate Law Firm!

Real estate law terms

Are you in need of a California real estate law firm? Maybe you are planning to sell your home and have some questions, or perhaps you are moving to a new city and looking to buy your first home in the Golden State. Whatever your situation may be, you aren’t alone. Thousands of Americans communicate with real estate law firms in California on a daily basis with questions very similar to this. Here are a few quick things to keep in mind when working with a real estate law firm in or around the Los Angeles area:

1. California Law – As you know, real estate law dictates everything from tenant’s rights to the eviction and/or foreclosure process, and Californ

What to Do When You’ve Been Hurt in a Car Accident That Wasn’t Your Fault

Personal injury law definition

Most people do not think they will ever file a lawsuit against anyone. Unfortunately, many people have to. Through no fault of their own, they find themselves injured and need financial help to pay their regular bills as well as those for their medical treatment. If this was not such an issue in the United States, there would be no need for anyone to retain the services of a personal injury law practice but people do just that every day.

In terms of motor vehicle accidents, in 2013 more than 21,000 people died in car crashes. Approximately 2.05 million people were injured that same year in car accidents. Someone is hurt every two minutes by another driver who is under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. Even sober people cause accidents. More than 3,150 people were killed by distr

The Benefits of Litigating versus Arbitrating

Criminal justice

Many business owners shy away from litigation, often times going so far as to insist a mandatory arbitration clause be written into any contract. While arbitration does have its advantages, there are a number of benefits of litigating that should be given equal consideration before committing to one course or another. Here we’ll consider the benefits of litigating versus arbitration.

Benefits of arbitration

  1. Speedier resolutions

    The most recognized benefit of arbitration is likely time. There is no denying the fact that arbitration often allows for a speedier resolution by avoiding the time-consuming procedures of court hearings. In addition to avoiding the lengthy court process, arbitration also limits the ability to appeal, enabling a faster resolution.
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