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What to do if Your Social Security Disability Claim is Denied?

By | October 10, 2016

Only a few social security disability claims are accepted by the Social Security Administration (SSA), and as many as 65 percent of applications are denied in the very first step. This means only a few lucky ones get their social security disability claims approved. In fact, the Social Security Administration might keep rejecting your request until you make… Read More »

Air Force Divorce 101: Rights and Benefits of Civilian Ex-Spouses

By | October 4, 2016

Divorce can be a confusing and complex ordeal for air force couples. Legally, a service member who is getting a divorce is no different than a civilian, so you have to follow the same procedure as a civilian couple when filing for a divorce. However, there are unique legal issues which may apply as a result of military… Read More »

Steps Involved in a Truck Accident Investigation

By | October 3, 2016

Numerous traffic accidents occur every day. With various kinds of vehicles plying on the road, these accidents affect many. Depending on the size, speed and other important factors of the vehicles, the impact of accidents can be disastrous. In severe cases, fatalities may also occur.

5 Things Personal Injury Attorneys Should Not Do

By | September 7, 2016

There is an ethical code of conduct that applies to all attorneys.  Every state has their own code of conduct and although there may be slight differences in the specifics of the code for each state, they all hold attorneys to a high standard of honesty and integrity.  These laws are in place to protect clients and attorneys… Read More »

5 Ways You Can Prevent Elder Abuse

By | September 6, 2016

Unfortunately, elder abuse and mistreatment is a major problem in the United States. Approximately 1 in every 10 Americans above the age of 60 has experienced some form of elder abuse. Senior citizens are particularly at the risk of being exploited and abused in several ways including physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, neglect and abandonment, financial exploitation, and… Read More »

Seven Slip-and-Fall Accidents FAQs That You Should Know

By | August 31, 2016

According to the National Floor Safety Institute, slip-and-fall accidents account for one million hospital emergency room visits, comprising 12 percent of total falls. The most common causes of these accidents include bad weather conditions, uneven surfaces, defective footwear, and inadequate safety training. The consequences of these accidents may vary, ranging from non-fatal bruises to serious injuries. In fact, slip-and-fall… Read More »

What You Should Do Following an Auto Accident

By | August 29, 2016

Auto accidents can happen to anyone, even to the best drivers. For this reason, it is important that you know what to do if you are involved in an auto accident. It is also important to hire an attorney in such a situation. An experienced personal injury attorney will know how to speak to insurance adjusters and will… Read More »

The Benefits of Hiring A Defense Attorney

By | August 25, 2016

When we’re talking to clients, one of the most common concerns people have is cost. That’s an important factor to keep in mind, but it’s also worth noting that expert personalized legal advice rarely comes free. Some people feel that they may be better off saving money by just pleading guilty to the charge to avoid spending money… Read More »

Top 10 Tips to Avoid Falling Prey to Medical Malpractice

By | August 4, 2016

One of the worst things to happen to anyone is becoming a victim of medical malpractice. Whether it is an overlook in the diagnosis, an erroneous prescription, or a botched surgery, even a slight mistake in conducting medical procedures can cause the treatment take a turn for the worst. In the process, it is not only the unsuspecting… Read More »

Motorcycle Insurance: Are You as Protected as You Think?

By | August 1, 2016

According to the most recent data available, there are approximately 8.4 million motorcycles registered in the U.S. The top five states are California, Florida, Texas, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, with all but the last claiming more than 400,000 registrations each. Whether your love affair with motorcycles began at a young age, was a forgone conclusion as an activity shared… Read More »