• Find Legal Articles
Expert Witnesses


The article you are looking for is no longer available. Below are articles published during the same period. You can find other articles for your topics by typing your keywords in the search module on the left.

Articles published at the same period as the one you are looking for:


greenGrounds and Procedures for Contesting a Will

     By HG.org
A personís Last Will and Testament declares how he or she wants property distributed upon death. This legal document has great power, and courts follow the directions when possible. However, a will contest can disrupt probate proceedings and derail them entirely.

greenContesting a Trust

     By HG.org
While many individuals have heard of contesting a will, a trust may also be contested in certain circumstances. If a trust is successfully contested, the trust can be modified or even eliminated in some situations.

greenLosing Disability Benefits

     By HG.org
The Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income programs both provide monetary benefits to disabled individuals although they are based on different economic eligibility criteria. Social Security Disability is available to workers who have earned enough work credits over their lifetime and within the last ten years.

greenSpinal Cord Injuries

     By HG.org
Unlike most other wounds or damage to the body, spinal trauma may be long-lasting and life altering. When vertebrae are separated or traumatized, various effects may arise such as swelling, back pain, temporary paralysis or permanent paralysis.

greenClaims that Give Rise to Medical Malpractice

     By HG.org
Technology has progressed to allow all manner of surgeries that extensively prolong human life to be performed with varying types of machinery. Despite this, there are in excess of 225,000 cases of patients who die while receiving medical treatment due to malpractice.

greenWhat Happens in a Debt Collection Lawsuit?

     By HG.org
Debt collection companies are often given a specific protocol to follow when collecting debts. Their owners may set out specific rules for these transactions. Additionally, federal and state laws often impose additional requirements regarding the collection of debt.

greenPennsylvania Criminal Charges and Students

     By HG.org
While college represents many firsts for many students, some of these first-time experiences yield negative consequences, such as being the first time that some students have been away from their parents for any meaningful period of time. This new liberty and lack of supervision sometimes results in destructive behavior that has the potential to land the student in legal troubles.

greenAggravation of a Pre-Existing Injury

     By HG.org
At times, new accidents may affect pre-existing wounds or damage done to the body from other accidents. The new injuries may cause previous ones to become worse, or they may cause brand new issues coupled with old issues. Typically, the previous harm done to the body that may be worsened has to do with the neck, back and/or the head. In some cases, prior injuries may have long since healed. In other cases, a new injury exacerbates an ongoing issue.

greenDifferences between Preliminary Hearings and Arraignments

     By HG.org
Preliminary hearings and arraignments are pre-trial proceedings that take part in criminal cases. They are similar in nature, but they have important differences. While the process involved varies by state, the general process consists of the following:

greenMassachusetts Law on Failing to Disclose Defects of Residential Properties

     By HG.org
In Massachusetts, sellers of property have certain duties. One such duty is to disclose certain defects of the property. If the seller fails to disclose such defects, the buyer may have remedies available to him or her.

Contact a Lawyer

Find a Local Lawyer