If you face drug charges, it is extremely important that you work with experienced criminal defense attorneys.
Far too often, personal injury victims assume that they can forgo legal representation when filing claims. While this may seem like a smart idea, the reality is that the majority of people do not have the legal training or knowledge it takes to successfully litigate cases. Additionally, most people do not have experience negotiating with large insurance corporations that are responsible for paying out settlements to victims. Most insurance companies are equipped with in-house legal teams and are in the business of saving money, not dispensing it, which is why having an attorney with prior personal injury experience is so important.
Sometimes I get asked, "How can I know if it is a good idea to file for bankruptcy? The first thing I tell them is that bankruptcy isn't for everyone, but there are some circumstances where bankruptcy does make sense. I've known people who have chosen to file bankruptcy for the following reasons:
We firmly believe that the law governing metabolite DUI charges is fundamentally wrong. We have the common sense to know that taking a prescription drug like Soma or Vicodin at some time prior to getting behind the wheel does not necessarily mean that you are too impaired to drive. If you were arrested and charged with metabolite DUI, we want to fight for you. Contact us today! 801-475-8800
Law enforcement agencies across the state are reporting an increase in arrests of people suspected of DUI. Troopers with the Utah Highway Patrol say they've also seen an increase in the number of people driving under the influence of drugs. If you have been charged with a DUI, you need us now more than ever.
People oftentimes wonder what will happen to their property if they file for bankruptcy. They want to know, "Will I lose everything?" What will happen to my wedding ring, my house and my car? You'll be pleased to know that, depending upon your circumstances, a bankruptcy lawyer can help you to keep much, if not all, of your property.
People contact me from time to time and say that they've explored the matter and think bankruptcy would be in their best interest, but they are concerned with how filing for bankruptcy will affect their ability to get new loans in the years to come. My response is to that great, and very important, question is that it can take you as few as 3 years if you do it the right way.
I have had this question from time to time so I decided to write a post about it. Depending on the facts of your case, it may be difficult to prove any necessary aspect of your claim, such as who caused the accident (liability). This is always the major difficulty with any personal injury case. We also strive to prove the seriousness of the back injury and the long-term effects the injury will have on your life.
SALT LAKE COUNTY - The Drug Enforcement Administration scored a big victory in Salt Lake County Tuesday. According to KSL...