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Why Your Attorney Referred You to Us Instead of Handling Your Case

Posted Aug 03, 2020

Here at Harr Law, we work with many clients who were referred to us by other law firms. Oftentimes, those clients come to us with feelings of uncertainty regarding why they were referred to us, instead of having their case handled by the other law office. Whether the law office you initially approached was a trusted attorney you’ve worked with before or one you were working with for the first time, there are many reasons you might have received a referral to Harr Law instead. Here are a few of the most common reasons.

What Are Your Rights as a Passenger in a Car Accident?

Posted Jul 29, 2020

Most drivers have a basic understanding of what their rights are when they’re in a car accident: Simply put, the driver at fault (or, more likely, their insurance) pays for the expenses of the other driver. This could include not only repairs to or replacement for their vehicle, but medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and other damages. But what if you were a passenger in the accident? What rights do you have? Can you sue for your injuries? And if so, who should you file suit against? This article will give you a basic overview of passengers’ rights when involved in a car accident. If you’ve been injured as a passenger in a car accident, please reach out to our personal injury attorneys for a consultation.

How Long Can You Expect to Pay Alimony?

Posted Jul 17, 2020

Alimony payments are a part of many divorces, and they can help one partner to continue living comfortably until they are able to better support themselves. The intent of alimony is to bridge the gap for those spouses who have largely relied on their partner’s income for support during the marriage, but is typically not intended to support them fully for an indefinite period of time. More often than not, alimony payments only last for so long. But, exactly how long is that? If you’re expecting to pay alimony after your divorce, here’s what you need to know about the typical duration of spousal support payments.

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