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Why You Should Take a Personal Injury Seriously

Posted by RahaimSaints on December 17, 2014 | Personal Injury

If you’ve been hurt in an accident — whether on the job, out in public or on someone else’s properly — it’s common to want to simply forget about it and move on. Often, we are embarrassed to consider legal action out of fear that it will attract unwanted attention our way.

However, there are several compelling reasons why you should consult with a lawyer following an injury:

  • The extent of your injuries may not be immediately evident. Recouping medical expenses is the number one reason why people file personal injury lawsuits. Even a minor injury can result in medical bills that add up to tens or hundreds of thousands — a large portion of which may not be covered by insurance.

Community Event: Second Annual Food Drive

Posted by RahaimSaints on December 15, 2014 | Community Events

FoodDrive4 Community Event: Second Annual Food Drive

With the holiday season upon us, the staff at the Law Offices of Rahaim & Saints like to give back to the community and this year was no exception. Local grocery store Zingos Supermarket, of Pike Creek Delaware, kindly hosted us for our second annual food drive and allowed us to collect outside their establishment.

 Community Event: Second Annual Food Drive  Community Event: Second Annual Food Drive

The event was a huge success and we ended the day with a car full of donations! Everyone at Rahaim & Saints would like to thank the local community for generously donating a large amount of dried and canned goods that will be distributed to those in need this winter.…

Divorce in America: A Brief History

Posted by RahaimSaints on December 3, 2014 | Divorce

No two divorces are the same. For many, it’s an emotional event with deep ramifications affecting family life, finances and future. For others, it’s liberation — a chance to start a new life.

One certainty is that American attitudes towards divorce are changing. In today’s age, divorce is something that can be spoken about openly and honestly. This was not always the case.

Do these more liberal attitudes reflect a larger statistical trend in the history of divorce rates in America? Chances are you’ve heard that half of all marriages end in divorce. Recently this stat has been questioned.

Some believe it offers an imperfect perspective on the issue, because it doesn’t take into account changes over time. In fact, many researchers say marriage stability is actually on rise, as more young couples are choosing to live together before taking the plunge.…