Need Social Security Disability Benefits? Tips To Help You Through The Process

Posted on: 10 May 2019

If you're no longer able to work due to a disability, you may be wondering how you'll provide for your financial needs. Social Security Disability benefits are one way to take care of those financial needs. Unlike ordinary Social Security benefits that are only available once you reach the legal age of retirement, Social Security Disability benefits are available to you at any age. The main requirement is that you must have a disability that prevents you from being gainfully employed.
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Formulating A Wrongful Death Case? It Hinges On Proving Negligence

Posted on: 5 April 2019

Do you feel like your loved one lost their life due to someone else's action or lack of action? Maybe a doctor failed to recommend a life-saving procedure that could have helped your loved one. Or maybe they made a mistake during surgery, and that led to your loved one's death. You may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit and recoup some damages to account for your loved one's funeral costs and your own pain and suffering due to their death.
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Slipped On The Ice? 3 Tips To Build Your Slip And Fall Case

Posted on: 12 February 2019

From walking through your neighborhood to entering or exiting a driveway or shopping center, navigating slippery and frozen surfaces can be dangerous. Slipping and falling onto a snowy or icy surface can lead to sprains, fractures, and even brain injuries if you hit your head. These injuries not only affect your physical well-being but also your emotional wellness and finances if you lose time at work. Thankfully, you can file a claim for compensation after a slip and fall accident.
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Three Keys To Finding Witnesses After An Assault At A Bar

Posted on: 10 November 2018

If you've been a victim of an assault at a bar, you might be in a hurry to leave that environment as quickly as possible. Doing so is understandable, but you'll want to stick around long enough to gather up some witnesses. If the police have already been involved, they'll have likely talked to some witnesses, too. However, if you think that you might soon talk to a personal injury attorney and file a suit against your attacker, and perhaps even the bar itself, you'll want witnesses on your side.
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