Three Common Disability Insurance Myths

Recent disability statistics shows a worrying trend. According to the Council for Disability Awareness, about 12% of the total population in the U.S. is classified as disabled, and more than half of them are in their working years. You can use these and other statistics to disapprove erroneous beliefs that you may have about disability and the need for long-term disability insurance. Here are three such myths that the statistics may help to disapprove: 

Can Gun Stores Be Held Liable For Injuries Caused By Products They Sell?

According to the Center for Disease Control, firearms were involved in 33,636 deaths in 2013. It's natural for victims of gun violence to want to hold everyone involved in the incident responsible for their injuries, including the people who sold the guns. While gun sellers are largely protected by law from liability in gun-related injuries, there are a couple of times when litigants can pierce that veil of protection and obtain compensation for their injuries.

Getting Back On The Road: Driving Restrictions After A DUI

Retaining your right to drive after a DUI conviction can come with some conditions. These conditions may vary depending on where you live and how many prior convictions you have had in the past. If you are facing DUI charges and you are wondering about whether or not you will be able to drive with a conviction, here are a few things to know about driving restrictions and conditions. License Suspension

Adopting A Foster Child: What You Need To Know

Making the decision to become a foster child gives you the chance to help kids in need find safe haven during troubled times. In some cases, foster children may be available for adoption. If you choose to adopt a foster child, there are a few things you need to know about the adoption process that can make the transition from foster parent to adoptive parent easier. Keep the following information in mind as you talk to a family law attorney about your situation.

Protecting Yourself When Your Intellectual Property Licensor Declares Bankruptcy

If you license intellectual property (IP) from a third-party company, it can be a real heart-stopping moment when you receive notice the company has filed for bankruptcy. The decisions the licensor makes in its bankruptcy case can have long-term consequences for your business. Here's how you can protect yourself when your intellectual property licensor goes into bankruptcy. Preventing Rejection of License One major decision the licensor will have to make during its bankruptcy proceedings is whether or not to approve executory contracts.