Exploring Social Security Cases and Outcomes

  • What To Do If Your Long-Term Disability Claim Is Denied

    11 June 2019

    When you pay for long-term disability insurance you expect to be able to use it when necessary. It's hard to make ends meet when you're unable to work due to a serious injury that could take you out of commission for several weeks or even months. Using your long-term disability could really be a lifesaver during times like this and if your claim is denied the blow can be devastating. The best thing for you to do is remain calm and know that you have options.

  • Car Accident Misinformation and How to Combat It

    14 May 2019

    It's easy to believe the wrong information when it comes to car accidents. Most accident victims are already vulnerable and ready to get their lives back to normal again by the time the insurance adjuster calls. Being out of work and getting behind on bills can only increase the sense of anxiety and the need to settle the case. Unfortunately, actions based on misinformation can really harm your chances for getting the settlement you deserve.

  • 3 Common Causes Of Auto Accident-Related Fatalities

    8 April 2019

    Every single year, there are millions of individuals who lose their lives in car collisions. More often than not, these collisions are 100 percent preventable. With that being said, the first step in preventing these crashes and lowering the number of fatalities is for everyone to be more aware of some of the most common causes of these auto accident-related deaths. Keep reading to learn about three of the most common causes of car crashes in America.

  • Don't Be Surprised To Hear What May Seem Like Personal Questions During Jury Selection

    27 February 2019

    When you receive a notice in the mail that you're required to serve jury duty, you're one step closer to sitting on a jury — but you still have a long way to go before you're approved to do so. First, you'll go through a lengthy jury selection process, in which both the prosecution and the defense will ask you questions to better assess whether you'll be able to fulfill this role impartially and professionally.

  • Social Media Can Impact Your Divorce

    23 January 2019

    Divorce is difficult. Nobody can deny that divorce takes a heavy toll on those involved. Today's technology enables us to see so much more about the lives of those around us, including ex-spouses. This can be a curse for those who keep an active online presence, especially in the midst of divorce proceedings. One factor you may not have considered in your divorce is the role of social media. Every picture or post somebody puts on their profile can shed light on their living situation and state of mind.

  • What To Do If You Can't Complete Your Community Service Requirement

    12 December 2018

    It's common for judges to order people convicted of DUIs to complete several hours of community service. Although this can help a person escape jail time, sometimes it may be difficult for an individual to complete the required volunteer work due to lifestyle conflicts or a lack of opportunities. If you're having a hard time getting your service hours in, here are a couple of things you can do to resolve the issue.

  • Getting Divorced? Make Sure You Change Your Will

    4 November 2018

    When you and your spouse decide to get a divorce, you are under a lot of stress because there is a lot going on in your life. There is a lot that you need to take care of as a result of the divorce, and this includes a lot of paperwork. However, one thing that you may not think of is changing the terms of your written will, assuming that you have one, and this will be a huge mistake on your part.