Law Guide

The Law Guide contains articles written by attorneys that answer many popular legal questions concerning over 100 legal topics using language that is easy to understand. Articles described as a "FAQ" contain answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the law. Select a legal category below or use the search button in our navigation to find the law article that is of interest to you.

Who needs labor certification for a work visa? Not everyone is required to be certified and not all applications are guaranteed a visa. Answers to common questions.
A detailed guide explaining what you should do if you or someone important to you has been injured or died in an airplane, helicopter or aviation accident, including law.
Explanation of state expungement and record sealing laws, list for each states expungement laws, rules and regulations for sealing records, juvenile records, record modifications.
If you have been in an aviation or airplane accident and have been injured, this article will explain the types of damages that can be recovered, liabilities of third parties and more.
A checklist of what you should do and say if the police arrive at your home to conduct a search of the premises and your property. Your rights and defenses.
If you have suffered a whiplash injury, this detailed article will help you protect your health and preserve your legal rights. Covers auto accidents and other common accidents.
Laws and insurance requirements are different for teenage drivers, as they are new to operating a motor vehicle. Information about parental responsibilities, insurance, learners permits, more.
What you need to know about injuries to children in automobile accidents, time limits, statutes of limitations, insurance, filing a case, damages and awards and more.
What to do if you've been in a motorcycle accident, how to recover money damages for personal injuries, preserving your case, who is responsible, third party liability and more.
Information about consumer fraud, the different types, filing complaints with the FTC, assistance with Internet fraud, bank fraud, mail fraud and government resources.