Tip Of The Week: What Is My Duty To Preserve Evidence?

Tip Of The Week: What Is My Duty To Preserve Evidence?

When you are involved in a lawsuit, it is to your benefit to you keep anything that may be used as evidence to help your case. This includes digital records such as text messages, pictures, social media posts, and much more. In this week’s Tip Of The Week video,...
Tip Of The Week: Let Your Lawyer Get To Know You

Tip Of The Week: Let Your Lawyer Get To Know You

When you need a lawyer, you want someone who will represent you passionately and fight for your best interests. But how can a lawyer do that if they don’t know you? Here at Gathings Law, we take the time sit down with our clients and really get to know them so that we...
Tip Of The Week: What Do I Do If I Am Injured On The Job?

Tip Of The Week: What Do I Do If I Am Injured On The Job?

Don’t wait to report an on-the-job injury, that’s this week’s Tip of the Week from Gathings Law attorney and Senior Partner, Lloyd Gathings. Lloyd says that even if you think you might recover, you need to report it to your employer as soon as you feel any...
Tip Of The Week: What Is An Appeal?

Tip Of The Week: What Is An Appeal?

This week’s Tip of the Week video, featuring Gathings Law Attorney, Will Lattimore, talks about the appeals process. If you are unsatisfied with the result of a trial you can appeal. This means that your case will be sent to a court with a higher authority in the...