Consulting with a business attorney is one of the best things you can do to help your company succeed. By making sure your small business is on a solid legal footing, you can avoid some potentially costly mistakes and focus your energy on growth.CONTINUE READING
Category: Employment Law
Every startup needs to deal with at least a few legal matters. But when you’re on a tight budget, you may wonder whether hiring a business lawyer is truly necessary.
Read on to find out when it makes sense to hire a lawyer for your business startup and how they can help your business succeed.CONTINUE READING
The Anderson Hunter team has compiled information to help members of our Snohomish County community navigate some common situations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please read and share this information with your friends, family, and coworkers.CONTINUE READING
If your insurance company isn’t paying what you think it should, or you’re not sure what your rights are in a situation, it may be time to hire legal representation. Talking to an insurance lawyer can help you dispel doubts, learn and stand up for your rights, and get the coverage you deserve. If you feel like you’ve hit a wall with your insurance company, now is the time to talk to an attorney.CONTINUE READING
No matter the industry, it’s a good idea for every business to stay in contact with an employment lawyer. Aside from helping your company survive a lawsuit, employment lawyers can help you avoid legal challenges, review documents, stay up to date on legal changes, and more.CONTINUE READING
Many small business owners hire an attorney for the first time when they are confronted with a lawsuit, only to find that they could have saved a lot of hassle by working with a legal professional earlier on. You may want to consider consulting a business lawyer before you experience any acute legal challenges.CONTINUE READING