Exploring Social Security Cases and Outcomes

  • Common Motorcycle Accidents That You Could Receive Compensation From

    29 April 2021

    When the weather turns warm and summer approaches, motorcycle enthusiasts bring out their bikes to take to the streets. While riding a motorcycle can be a fun and exciting way to get around town, the bike can increase your chances of getting into an accident and being seriously injured. There are some common motorcycle accidents that are not caused by the driver of the bike itself, and that you could potentially receive compensation from.

  • Situations When Defendants Need A Criminal Defense Attorney For Child Abuse Claims

    1 April 2021

    Child abuse is a serious point of discussion. It, unfortunately, happens in a lot of households, but sometimes, reports of child abuse are not true. If you are put in this position as a defendant, you may need to hire a criminal defense attorney. These situations in particular would make this type of legal hire important. Partner Hires a Prosecuting Attorney   If your partner or spouse brings in an attorney of their own to move forward with child abuse claims, then you don't want to remain unprotected legally.

  • The Important Role Of Your Real Estate Lawyer

    4 March 2021

    The real estate purchasing process can be quite challenging to take on alone, which is why it is important to have a team of professionals on your side to help you. One professional that will be extremely valuable is a real estate lawyer, who will help you out with the following tasks during the home-buying process. Guarantee Earnest Money Protection It is important that you have protections in place when you are purchasing a home, and your lawyer will help ensure that they are there in any contract that you sign.

  • 4 Steps to Resolve a Car Accident Case

    1 February 2021

    It can be stressful to deal with the aftermath of a car accident. You may find that you aren't able to return to work as you recover, and you can't ignore the medical bills as they pile up. You are in a bind, and you may wonder what you can do to remedy the situation. So, how can you pursue a car accident claim? What are the steps? These are four things involved in establishing a strong car accident case.

  • How Can You Make A Product Liability Claim For A Christmas Gift?

    4 January 2021

    If you get hurt using your Christmas present, what can you do? One possible option is a product liability claim. Here's how to do it. What is a Product Liability Claim? A product liability claim is a personal injury lawsuit where you sue because something that was wrong with the product caused you to get hurt. This could be a problem with the design of the product, a problem in the manufacturing process, or a problem with the final assembly if the product was made to be assembled later.

  • Be Prepared: How to Get Started on Your Estate Plan

    3 December 2020

    Planning your estate isn't an easy process to go through. But, the work you do to create your estate plan can actually help your family in the long run. If you haven't started working on your estate plan, now's the time to do that. If you're not sure where to get started, the information provided here can help you to get started.  Reduce Family Tax Liability When you sit down to create your estate plan, you need to consider the tax ramifications.

  • 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 "