Living Will or Healthcare Power of Attorney?

Living Will or Healthcare Power of Attorney?

Some people use the terms “Living Will” and “Health Care Power of Attorney” interchangeably, but they are two distinct documents. Living Will A Living Will is a written document from you describing your end of life wishes. The Living Will tells...
Drowning Deaths and Near-Drowning Accidents

Drowning Deaths and Near-Drowning Accidents

Did you know that males, children between 1 – 4 years of age, and minorities are most at risk for drowning deaths? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ten people die every day from unintentional drownings. Males make up 80% of those who die...
15 Ways A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help You

15 Ways A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help You

If you were recently injured in an accident you might ask yourself, “Should I hire a personal injury attorney?” You might not even know how a personal injury attorney can help you. There are many ways we as a personal injury attorney can help you recover the...
Car Accidents and Summer Injuries

Car Accidents and Summer Injuries

With warm weather tends to come more car accidents as well as other injuries. A likely explanation for the increased car accidents and other injuries common trend involves multiple realities. First, more drivers are on the road. Whether taking vacations or traveling...
What is a Power of Attorney?

What is a Power of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney is a document that lets you delegate financial or health care decisions to another person to make on your behalf. There are three types of Power of Attorney: Limited Power of Attorney Durable Power of Attorney Springing Power of Attorney LIMITED...