Can I Sue A Nursing Home for Bedsores or Wrongful Death?

Sometimes, moving an elderly loved one into a nursing home may be the best option for them, especially when their family or children work full-time and are too busy to provide full-time care for them. Most people who put their elderly loved ones in nursing homes expect a certain level…

7 Signs You May Need a Nursing Home Lawyer

You never want to think that you might have to hire a lawyer to help with a possible nursing home abuse case, but unfortunately, it can happen. If you think your loved one has been a victim of abuse or neglect at their nursing home, you may need to find…

Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) Medical Malpractice: Know Your Rights.

Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy Looking For Answers? We Can Help. Medical professionals are expected to do everything within their professional ability to care for and nurse sick patients back to health. However, in some cases, medical professionals may make certain mistakes that complicate the health of their patients and may lead…

Blog Federal Gun Laws and Prohibited Persons

Federal Firearm Laws & Prohibited Persons from Possession of Firearms Federal laws placed restrictions on gun possession for many people in our country. The Second Amendment to the Constitution provides the “Right to Bear Arms”; however, that right is not absolute. Meaning, your right to bear arms under federal law…

Oklahoma Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy Lawyers

Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) Facts HIE, Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, is often referred to as “Neonatal Encephalopathy” or “Birth Asphyxia.” HIE is a form of infant brain damage that is unfortunately caused by medical malpractice in many instances. Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) covers a number of neurological birth injuries, caused by a lack of…

DUI Defense and The Holiday Season

The holidays are one of the few times that almost every gets to rest throughout the year. Holidays are always merry with family and friends around. It is common for people to get carried away by all of these festivities, making them drink a little more than they usually would….

Military Divorce and Military Retirement: What You Should Know

As a serving member of the armed forces, there are some sacrifices that you are expected to make as part of the job. However, these sacrifices earn you a chance to enjoy some benefits – one of which is a military retirement. A military retirement is valuable to you and…

Rule 11(c)(1)(C) Plea Agreements in Federal Criminal Prosecution

The law surrounding section 11(c)(1)(C) grants the Court and the government, US Attorney’s Office, to separately or jointly accept a plea of guilty on criminal charges, while reducing the potential penalty imposed.  Federal Criminal Sentencing Overview Federal criminal judges consider the United States Sentencing Commissions Guidelines as applied to the…