When someone sits down with a wrongful death lawyer to discuss the possibility of pressing a claim or a lawsuit, one of the first issues that have to be sorted out is legal standing. In American law, standing is the idea that someone is the right person to bring a case. Simply asserting that you have the right isn't always enough, and you may have to prove that you do. [Read More]
Considering Buying Cryptocurrency For Your Financial Services Business? What To Know
If you run a small investment and financial planning business and you are considering investing some of your clients funds in cryptocurrency — but you aren't sure how blockchain trading works or how to start — there are things you want to know. You don't want to make big mistakes early, so you want to test the water with your own money. Here are some of the things that you want to do to get started and to determine if this is the right move for your services. [Read More]
How Do You Ensure Your Estate Is Spent On Your Special Needs Loved One?
If you have a loved one with a disability and you want to ensure your estate is left to care for that person, you have to make a plan. If you do not have an estate plan which includes the care for your disabled loved one, there could be issues when it comes time for him or her to receive government benefits. You can do this through the use of a special needs trust. [Read More]
That's Private! How A Privacy Breach Becomes Medical Malpractice
For most people, when they think about medical malpractice, they think about mistakes made in diagnosis and treatment. However, medical malpractice goes far beyond just diagnosis and treatment. Medical malpractice can extend to any kind of mistakes made by your doctor, including breach of privacy. Here are a few things that you need to know about breach of privacy and your doctor. What Is Privacy Breach Medical Malpractice? Your relationship with your doctor is bound by HIPPA, which means sticking to some strict privacy rules. [Read More]