The February Edition of LegalWise focuses on getting the most out of your legal benefit! Download LegalWise Here: LegalWise – February 2018 Featured Story: Preparing For Court Trending Now: New Government Password Creation Guidance Something Different: I Need Help! Tip of the Month: Court Doesn’t Have To Be Your First Option Advertisements
Whether you’ve had your legal plan for years, or just enrolled recently, you may have some questions, especially about how to use the plan. With your Legal Resources Plan, you can call your plan attorney, or contact the certified paralegals of our Member Services Department (800.728.5768). Read below to learn who to call with the … More Something Different – I Need Help!
New Government Password Creation Guidance The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has provided new recommendations on passwords that might seem like a complete 180 from what we’ve always been advised. No more random letters and numbers, think more about phrases. It is now advised that passwords should be simple for the user to … More #Trending Now – New Government Password Creation Guidance
Q: I just scheduled a consultation and am meeting with my attorney for the first time, what can I expect? A: When you meet with the attorney for the first time, it is important to be completely open and honest about your legal matter. You want the attorney to provide the best legal representation possible to … More Answering Your Questions
Did you know subpoenas can require you do more than just appear in court? If you’ve ever seen a courtroom drama on tv or in a movie, you’ve probably heard the term “subpoena” in reference to someone being called to testify in court, but did you know it’s actually a court-supported means for attorneys to … More Did You Know?
Traffic Court Representation Your Legal Resources Plan includes coverage for representation before the District Court for infractions and misdemeanor traffic offenses. Contact your Plan Attorney for an appointment as soon as you get your traffic citation. He or she will advise you on the steps to take, including representing you in traffic court.
Court doesn’t have to be your first option in a legal matter. Speak to your Plan Attorney to see if your matter can be mediated outside of court, and to review any alternative options your case may provide. http://litigation.findlaw.com/going-to-court/ten-court-tips-how-to-survive-your-day-in-court.html