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Personal Injury Claims And Independent Medical Examinations

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Automobile accidents can cause many different types of damage and harm. Victims often feel like almost every aspect of their lives are negatively affected, and it’s easy to see why. Accidents can affect your health, your budget, your transportation, and more. One of the most difficult areas of damage for victims can come in the form of medical expenses. Read on to learn more about what could happen if your medical bills come under scrutiny. Read More»

Comparing Revocable And Irrevocable Trusts: Five Things You Should Know

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If you’d like to set up a trust with your assets so they can be portioned out to your beneficiaries either before or after your death, you need to choose between a revocable and an irrevocable trust.  The following are five things you should be aware of to help you decide between these two trust types: In an irrevocable trust, you will no longer technically own property placed in the trust. Read More»

Suing for a Dog Bite: Piecing Together the Process

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You have received the necessary medical attention for the dog bite injury, but now what? Here are your next steps if you are interested in suing the dog owner: Locating a Dog Bite Attorney First and foremost, before you move forward, you should find an experienced dog bite lawyer. An attorney will help you get a handle on your state’s laws, as they vary from one state to the next. Some states follow the one-bite rule, which allows the first bite from a dog to be forgiven under most circumstances, while other states follow a strict liability rule, which holds the dog owner liable as long as the plaintiff did not provoke the dog in any way or trespass on the property where they were bitten. Read More»

3 Things You Should And Shouldn't Do If You Are In A Car Accident

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Car accidents happen everyday. Some of them are severe, while others are just mild fender benders. Regardless of the severity of the accident, it is important that if you are in a car accident you protect yourself legally. Many times the other party will try to file a personal injury lawsuit against you, and you need to make sure that you are doing everything you can to protect yourself. Here are a couple things that you should and shouldn’t do if you are in a car accident. Read More»

Your Child Being Bullied? Red Flags To Look For & Steps To Stop It

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Bullying happens, in fact, 19.6 percent of high school students report being bullied at school (not taking into account the children that did not report the issues). As a parent, you should know what to do should your child be a victim of bullying and be aware of a few warning signs. This guide will give you that information and peace of mind.  Signs That Your Child Is A Victim Read More»

Divorcing While Pregnant: What You Should Know

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A divorce can be complicated by a number of issues, including pregnancy. A pregnancy can impact various factors, including whether or not you can even have the divorce finalized. If you are pregnant and in the process of divorcing, here is what you need to know.  Can Your Divorce Be Finalized? Whether or not the family court will finalize your divorce depends on your local and state laws. For instance, in Texas, there are some courts that will not finalize your divorce when you are pregnant. Read More»

Personal Injury Law: 3 Common Questions

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Nobody wants to imagine being hurt in an accident. Yet knowing more about your legal rights and responsibilities can prove highly beneficial in the event that you or someone you know does suffer an accidental injury down the line. If you would like to protect yourself by learning more about the ins and outs of personal injury law, read on. This article will answer three common questions about pursuing a legal case. Read More»

Common Questions About Preventing Big Truck Collisions On The Roadway

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Driving in general can be intimidating. With there always being a chance of other drivers not being safe or something going wrong with your own automobile, you never know when an accident could occur. However, sharing the road with large trucks that could easily drive right over your vehicle can be downright scary. It is a fact that accidents involving regular vehicles and semi trucks are excessively concerning. Unfortunately, there is no separate highway for regular motor vehicles, and therefore, learning how to avoid an accident is always the best option. Read More»

What You Need To Know If You Need Social Security Disability Benefits

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Having a disability can be a very challenging situation, possibly with periods of time where you are unable to work. Physical limitation and mental health obstacles can make it difficult or impossible to participate in a competitive environment with the demands of the modern workplace. Gaining knowledge about the process of applying for disability benefits, and what to expect, can be helpful if you choose to apply. The Basics of Social Security Disability Benefits Read More»

Deciphering How The Government Defines Disability To Receive Social Security Benefits

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Government agencies are not lax in the decision-making process when it comes to social security disability benefits. It is easier to apply for and receive other types of government aid than it is to get disability funds. Some people spend years in the appeals process, trying to prove that they have a disability. Since you can take your claim all the way to the Supreme Court with a jury, it may be a long time before you see any money, no matter how obvious your disability may be. Read More»