Exploring Social Security Cases and Outcomes

  • Can You File For Bankruptcy Multiple Times?

    3 November 2020

    When you file for bankruptcy, it's supposed to give you a fresh start so that you can avoid future financial trouble. Unfortunately, you can still find yourself in a situation where you need to file for bankruptcy again. It is possible to file for bankruptcy for a second time or even more than that, but it gets much harder each time. Mandatory Waiting Periods The first thing to consider is that there are mandatory waiting periods between bankruptcies that measure in years.

  • Navigating The Hand-Off: Handling Your Visitation Exchange

    5 October 2020

    The parents of minor-aged children have to take some additional steps when creating a divorce agreement. Generally, anything that involves a child is put under the heading of parenting plans. Read on to find out more about visitation and how to cope with exchanges. Parenting Plans Child custody, child support, health insurance coverage for the child, and visitation are under the parenting plan label. Visitation is offered, in most cases, for the parent that does not have full physical custody of the child.

  • How Is A Worker's Compensation Attorney Compensated?

    28 August 2020

    When you are injured at work and are not able to work, you may find that money is much tighter than it would otherwise be. You might also find your workers' compensation claim has been wrongfully denied by the insurance provider. The good news is that if you need a workers' compensation attorney you will not need to pay for him yourself.  How Contingency Fees Work A workers' compensation attorney is usually paid a contingency fee.

  • How To Avoid An Eviction For Disturbing A Neighbor

    30 July 2020

    Non-payment of rent is the most common reason that tenants are evicted from their apartments. However, there are several other reasons for an eviction that may leave you scratching your head and wondering if the eviction is legitimate, such as the accusation that you are disrupting other tenants. If you are being evicted on these grounds, you'll want to speak with an eviction attorney. The Proper Eviction Procedure To evict a tenant for disrupting other tenants, the landlord must present a "

  • Dealing With A Speeding Ticket? Here's How A Lawyer Can Help You

    6 July 2020

    Have you gotten a speeding ticket that you don't think you deserve? No matter the circumstances, it's a good idea to consider hiring a traffic lawyer to work with. Here are just a few good reasons to do so: They'll Work to Reduce or Eliminate Your Fine Traffic lawyers know how to spot mistakes on speeding tickets and point them out to the court. And if mistakes are found on your speeding ticket, it could result in your fine being reduced or even dropped altogether if the mistake is serious enough.

  • What Happens When An Estate Goes To Probate?

    27 May 2020

    Given the relative rarity of folks interacting with the probate law system, it's understandable that some may have apprehensions about the process. If you're already involved with probate or worried that you might become involved with it, here are four things you ought to know about what happens when it starts. What Triggers Probate? One of two scenarios typically plays out. In the first one, the estate is large enough in value that it meets a specific statutory limit in the state where the deceased lived.

  • Hurt While Visiting A Business? Take Action And Be Paid

    20 March 2020

    Business owners owe visitors a responsibility to make and keep things safe. When something goes wrong, customers may take legal action against the business. Victims could be eligible for medical treatment, lost wages, ruined personal possessions, and pain and suffering. This type of legal matter is known as premises liability and reading below will get you started on the path to compensation for your losses. Understanding Premises Liability This term just means that business owners could be held liable (at fault) when someone gets hurt on their property.