The majority of American small business operations are poorly organized and improperly maintained. Unfortunately, this puts the hardest working among us at risk of losing their personal and professional security.
“When I lost my niece in a head-on collision caused by a drunk driver who was driving a prison van on work release, I knew who I would call for help. Tom Tuohy was on a plane the next day to Lincoln Nebraska to comfort my family. Within 24 hours Tom assembled a team of … Continue reading Personal Injury..
Nursing Home Neglect & Abuse
Abuse and Neglect. In 2009 there were 39.6 persons in the U.S., who were 65 and older. That figure will rise to 72.1 million by 2030. Are your loved ones in good hands?
Learn about the various types of malpractice. Our attorneys have access to the very best medical experts in the country who can determine whether you have received proper care and whether negligence has occurred.
Designers, manufacturers and distributors of defective and dangerous products which cause injuries should be held accountable to you, the consumer. You can be harmed at home, at work, or during many other aspects of your daily life.
Divorce, Blended Families and Your Living Trust
If your marriage has ended in divorce, your spouse has died, or you have remarried and both spouses have children from a prior marriage, you must revisit your Living Trust or any other estate plan and update it along with all your beneficiary designations. Divorce Going through the process of ending your marriage can be … Continue reading Divorce, Blended Families and Your Living Trust
Beneficiary: It’s Time to Update Yours
A beneficiary is easy to name on a life insurance policy, deferred compensation account, or estate plan. However, often, those beneficiaries are outdated, or through no fault of your own, they carry with them significant risk. Outdated Beneficiary Designations Having beneficiary names listed on policies and accounts who no longer are current to your wishes … Continue reading Beneficiary: It’s Time to Update Yours
Do You Have Umbrella Insurance?
A standard umbrella policy covers all vehicles on your policy and your home for injuries caused to guests or visitors on your property. An umbrella policy can also cover libel or slander claims (posting a bad review or social media comment,) malicious prosecution, and overseas travels. The policy limits begin at $1,000,000,00 and average only $230 per year.