Attorney Daniel Lenz blogs about Social Security benefits and long-term disability policies. This information is helpful to understand all of the sources of income if someone may become injured.
Whether you are a serious, experienced bicyclist or someone who enjoys biking as a leisure activity, you can sustain an injury caused by distracted drivers or the failure to follow bicycle safety laws. In this blog, Attorney Dixon Gahnz discusses what you should do to protect yourself and preserve legal rights if you or a loved one is involved in a bicycle accident.
When someone is arrested and charged with a crime it is typically a very stressful period in that person’s life. The anxiety of not knowing with what will happen next creates a tremendous amount of stress. This blog explains the typical process of a criminal case beginning with an arrest through the completion of the court case. The blog will hopefully provide some helpful guidance along the way as well.
Attorney Kate McKnight blogs about personal injury lawsuits and the path that most of them take. This blog is extremely helpful for anyone that has suffered a personal injury so that they know the steps that will be taken in their case.
Attorney Megan Corning blogs about the increased use of social media in family law cases. She talks about ways you can protect yourself from this hurting your case and the ways that social media could be used in your family law matter.
Attorney Kate McKnight talks about the complications of a medical malpractice lawsuit. She talks about what types of things go into medical malpractice cases and important information that you will need to know if you are planning on filing this type of lawsuit.
Attorney Daniel Lenz blogs about the Wisconsin Open Personal Records Law. This law has some details to it that are important for both employees and employers to know.
Attorney Kate Harrell McKnight talks about the top 5 scenarios that she encounters as working for the Village of Waunakee Prosecutor.
The collateral source rule, which has been law in Wisconsin since 1908, is currently under attack. This blog discusses what will happen to injured people if proposed bills are passed.
Attorney Dan Lenz blogs about the 5 step analysis of Social Security disability.
Attorney Megan Corning talks about the trouble with pets in divorces. Who is going to get "custody" of the family pet is becoming a growing issue as people see their pets as part of the family.
Attorney Kate McKnight blogs about what laws govern pedestrians' rights. She talks about what you must do as a pedestrian and what drivers' must do concerning pedestrians. This is important information for everyone!
Attorney David Stegall blogs about what happens if someone is arrested and the rights that they have. He talks about a specific case, State v. Lemoine and what happened during that interrogation. He talks about police coercion and what you should do and shouldn't do if you are ever in this type of a situation.
Attorney Megan Corning blogs about the costs of raising a child and how the family court system tries to offset these expenses through child support.
Attorney Dan Lenz writes about Social Security benefits and the process that you must go through to get these benefits. This is helpful information for anyone going through the process of getting Social Security benefits, or even just to know the process in case you ever may need it.
Kate McKnight blogs about how important it is to know your rights before you privately contract for a construction or remodeling project. She explains why this is so important and what you can do to make sure that you are covered in situations like this.
Attorney David Stegall blogs about the common misconceptions that people have about OWI cases. He explains what the truth is and what you should do if you ever find yourself in this situation. This is good information for everyone to have, just in case.
Dan Lenz blogs about Social Security Disability Insurance, SSDI, and Supplement Security Income, SSI, and their similarities and differences. This is important information for everyone, not only those on Social Security Disability Insurance, to know.
Megan Corning, a family law attorney here at Lawton and Cates, blogs about the top 10 divorce myths and gives the facts instead. These tips are helpful for anyone going through a divorce, and they are also just good facts to know.
Kate Harrell McKnight talks about how important it is to be careful about what you say about a past employer and what to do if a past employer is speaking badly of you.