Slip & Fall accident claims may sound fairly straightforward: you fell down on someone else's property, got injured, and need compensation to pay for medical expenses and missed wages. However, there there is a lot more to producing a successful personal injury claim and getting the compensation you deserve.
Many times, shoplifting is viewed as the least serious of theft or stealing crimes. It certainly doesn't sound as impressive as credit card theft or auto theft. In Missouri, however, there are certain factors than can take a shoplifting charge from a misdemeanor to a felony.
You've been pulled over by law enforcement and now you're facing, at best, a hefty fine because you were travelling too fast. It might certainly seem a little unfair because nearly everyone, including the officer who issued your citation, has sped while driving. Whether it was innocent carelessness or you were late for work with the pedal to the floor, there are several options available after you receive a speeding ticket.
Through a divorce, it is common for the court to order that one spouse pay spousal maintenance (formerly known as alimony) to the other. These maintenance payments are often a requirement for the receiving spouse to continue living his or her current quality of life. So if they spouse required to make payments stops paying, what can be done to enforce the maintenance order?