How to deal with sneaky, tricky car dealerships!
Well, there comes a time when we all want to purchase that new shiny sports car, pickup truck or suv and what is the first thing that we do? We visit our closest dealership where there is an array of great selection, United States flags and music. There is no lack of salesmen approaching you and promising you that you can take your dream car with no credit or bad credit. Everything seems perfect you think, but then comes the magic. After the salesman keeps you waiting for
Bodily Injury Liability Insurance
Jenny is driving to the beach in her bathing suit with no worries in her mind, other than getting a nice sun tan. However, her perfect day was cut short when Tom was not paying attention and rear ended Jenny with his car. Tom is at fault because there is a presumption that the person driving behind you should maintain a safe distance. But you may ask: Who is responsible for paying for the damages? You, the driver at fault, but if you have auto insurance, then they should
What is a Power of Attorney? And when should you use one?
A power of attorney (POA) is just a legal document that gives a person the power to act your behalf. They can sign documents for you, pay bills, sell your assets or buy assets. Many times we cannot be physically present because we live abroad and the power of attorney allows your agent to act on your behalf. However, the POA has to be carefully written because if you give too many broad powers to your agent while you are not incapacitated they can pretty much take everythi
What to expect in a deposition?
We recently had a client who had a deposition scheduled and she was very afraid because she did not know what to expect. Basically, a deposition is a right that both parties have in a civil or criminal case where the attorney for the other side can ask you questions and the questions will be written down by a court reporter. You will be sworn in and placed under oath, meaning that you are supposed to tell the truth because if you don't and someone investigates you, a crimin
Protect Yourself from Identity Theft
Blog Post October 8, 2020 Identity Theft How to Protect Yourself and The Steps you should Take if you think you’ve been victimized A few weeks ago I had an elderly couple come into the office who suspected that they’d been victims of identity theft because they started to receive credit card statements and collection notices in the mail from accounts they had never opened. There were thousands of dollars fraudulently charged to credit cards under their names. They suspected