Talking About Family Court Proceedings

Four Tips For Writing An Effective Demand Letter Following Your Car Accident

If you are injured in a car accident and the other party is assumed responsible, one of the first steps you'll need to take when filing a claim with the insurance company is to write a demand letter. This letter outlines the details of your injuries, the medical bills you acquired as a result of those injuries, your loss of wages, and other damages you suffered as a result of your accident. Read More 

A Look At Liability In Three Common Motorcycle Accident Scenarios

Motorcycle accidents are unfortunately common. Since they often result in significant damage, not only to your bike and equipment, but also to your body, insurance policies may not always cover the entire cost of these damages. Your option, then, is to take the other party to civil court in an attempt to collect additional funds. A judge or jury will examine the evidence to determine whether or not the other person is responsible for the accident, and thus also responsible for paying these damages. Read More 

3 Types Of Evidence Needed For A Defamation Lawsuit

If your restaurant is recently losing sales and you believe it is due to someone spreading rumors about your business, you might be able to sue for defamation. Defamation is a serious offense, but proving it can be difficult. To do this, you will need to hire a personal injury attorney to help you with the case, but there are three things you should look into before going to an attorney's office. Read More 

7 Most Common Birth Injuries Suffered By Newborns

Most parents expect their children to come into this world healthy and happy. However, birth injuries can result in long-term pain and suffering or a lifetime of medical care. According to, birth injuries occur in 7 in 1,000 births. In rare cases, birth injuries can occur due to the recklessness or negligence of medical professionals. If you suspect that your child has suffered from a preventable birth injury, you may be eligible (with the help of a personal injury lawyer) for compensation. Read More 

A Clean Slate: Seeking Record Expungement After A DWI Charge

If you've been convicted of a DWI, it can be devastating to learn the fines, jail time, and/or probation you had to undergo is just the beginning of your punishment. In all areas of life, having a DWI on your record can severely hamper your ability to grow. If you need to be able to move past your conviction, it may be time to consider filing to have your criminal record expunged. Read More 

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Talking About Family Court Proceedings

Hello, my name is Bridget Waller. Welcome to my site about family court proceedings. My involvement in family court was not a welcome one. Despite the difficulties experienced during that time, I focused on building my knowledge about family court proceedings rather than let the process bring me down. I created this site to share my knowledge with you all, in hopes that I can help others navigate family court proceedings with ease. I will explore every phase of the court process in great detail to help others better understand the proceedings. Please come by my site regularly to learn more. Thanks.