What to Know About Multi-Party Lawsuits Resulting from an Accident

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What to Know About Multi-Party Lawsuits Resulting from an Accident If you are are in a car accident, it can be a traumatic experience for all parties involved. The accident can result in extensive damage, pain and suffering, and thousands of dollars in health care costs. This can lead to several lawsuits between the different… Read More »

Choosing a Legal Entity Form for Your Business: The Corporation

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Suppose you are thinking about starting or growing a business. Have you thought about which form of business entity you will use?  As a business lawyer Memphis, TN calls upon for business “know how” help, we can help guide you in selecting the most advantageous form of legal business entity for your business. We will walk you… Read More »

Common Joint Injuries for Car Accident Victims

Author: Joe Pioletti Posted on: . Filed in: Car Accidents.

Aside from muscle strains, joint injuries are probably the most common injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents. Joint pain will likely improve over six to eight weeks, but it might even linger for years or even a lifetime. Victims are often referred for treatment to orthopedists by their primary care physicians. Some of the most… Read More »

Child Custody Arrangements in Illinois: What if my partner and I disagree?

Author: Joe Pioletti Posted on: . Filed in: Family Law.

seperated husband and wife on couch

Negotiating who gets to spend time with the children on a continuous schedule can be a very stressful time for either parent. Determining who gets the children on birthdays, holidays, and special events can be taxing. While arrangements need to be made in advance in order to provide stability for the children, it is possible… Read More »

Cocaine – Not a pound of baking flour in Illinois

Author: Joe Pioletti Posted on: . Filed in: Criminal Law.

Walk around the streets of Illinois with a pound of baking flour, and you can be assured that you will not be arrested, but have some (less than an ounce) of cocaine on your person, and the rules severely and drastically change. Cocaine is derived from the coca bush, which is a plant native to… Read More »