Exploring Social Security Cases and Outcomes

  • Ways To Prove Sexual Harassment At Your Job

    21 October 2019

    When you go to work, you should not have to worry about people harassing you, saying demeaning things to you, touching you inappropriately, or anything else like this, but it happens. If you believe that you are being sexually harassed at your job, you will need to start finding ways to prove that this is happening, as you will need proof in order to file a case against the perpetrator. Here are some of the best ways you can prove that you are being sexually harassed at your job.

  • Choose The Right Attorney: Changing Isn't Always Easy

    23 September 2019

    After an accident, most victims want to protect their rights. As a result, some people hire the first car accident attorney they meet. While swift action is always helpful, not every attorney-client dynamic will work. In the event the car accident attorney is not the ideal match for your needs, there are some challenges that can surface should you decide to change representation. State Law Provisions In some states, it's not enough to tell your attorney that you no longer want to be represented by him or her.

  • What You Should Know About Disclosing Your Bipolar Disorder At Work

    19 August 2019

    When it comes to managing bipolar disorder and taking care of your mental health, there are many different factors and issues to consider. One of those issues is how you will go about managing your bipolar disorder at work. If you are considering disclosing your bipolar disorder at work, get to know some important facts to be aware of and what you should expect in doing so. Then, you can be sure you are putting your mental health first, at work and in general.

  • Changes Come To Florida's Criminal Legislation

    16 July 2019

    Florida is known for having some of the toughest criminal laws in the country. But in late June 2019, some of Florida's most draconian criminal laws were amended when the Sunshine State's governor signed House Bill 7125 into law. Learn more about some of the reforms contained within the bill and what they can mean for criminal defendants and those spending time in prison. What Changes are Coming to Florida's Criminal Laws?

  • 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.