Have you been sexually assaulted by someone? You may be feeling vulnerable, frightened, and unsure what to do next. No one deserves to experience sexual assault. The person who inflicted this pain and suffering on you should be held responsible for his or her actions as soon as possible. Even if you are feeling afraid, it is important to seek justice and receive help for what you have been through. In fact, there are a few things you should consider doing right away. [Read More]
Three Reasons You May Get Sued This Summer
With its hot sunny days, summer is the perfect time to hang out at the pool, travel to unknown parts of the country, or barbecue with friends and family members. With this increased activity, however, your chances of getting sued also rise. Here are three ways you may end up facing a lawsuit this season and what you can do to avoid them. Serving Guests Alcohol Since the weather stays nice and the daylight sticks around for longer periods of time, it's common for people to get together for parties and barbecues. [Read More]
Do Not Avoid Creditors: What Could Happen If You Do
If you are struggling financially and seem to be behind in everything, you are probably avoiding all phone calls in case they are creditors looking for payment. If you don't see any end in sight to your credit worries, consider filing for bankruptcy. Things could get worse if you don't. Here are a few things you can expect if you don't gain control of your financial situation. Creditors could contact your employer [Read More]
Is It Medical Malpractice For A Doctor To Perform Sex Assignment On A Child?
One out of 1,500 to 2,000 births results in a child with atypical genitalia, sex organs that didn't fully form into a penis or vagina, or sex organs that developed into a combination of both (e.g. intersexism). In many cases involving ambiguous genitalia, it's common for the doctor to recommend parents choose their child's sex and alter the child's physical characteristics to match. While this may seem like a good idea in the moment, it can actually result in long-term harm to the child. [Read More]