Dealing with Veterans Affairs (VA) is . . . well, a lot like dealing with military administration in general. They exist to help veterans and the organization is a great way to support yourself as you transition to a civilian lifestyle, but assistance can be slow and the quality may not be the same at every VA facility. If you've filed a VA disability claim and have been denied, or if you've been waiting months or even years for some sort of response, here's a bit of VA claim system insight and advice when it comes to working with an attorney for faster help.
7 September 2016
If your familiarity with the criminal law process comes through TV shows like Major Case and Law & Order, you're not at all prepared for the actual reality of a criminal investigation, arrest, and trial. Here are three of the major differences between how television presents the criminal process and what you should expect in real life. 1. On TV, only the guilty ask for lawyers. On TV, innocent people talk to the police but guilty people "
18 August 2016
Although paydays loans can be a quick way to get cash when you have a financial emergency, these high-interest loans have been known to trap people in an endless cycle of debt. According to research, the median borrower takes out 10 payday loans within a 12-month period of time. Since payday loans are unsecured debt, you can usually wipe out your obligation to pay them by filing bankruptcy. However, there are two times when these loans may survive the proceedings.
30 June 2016
Immigration attorneys work hard to protect the rights and best interests of people who want to move to the United States to pursue the American dream and create a better life for themselves and their families. You can use the services of an immigration attorney to help solve hundreds of immigration problems that you may encounter and also to ensure that you avoid future obstacles and problems to help your immigration process go as smoothly as possible.
31 March 2016
One fear that many people have is that their employers will fire them rather than allow them to file a workers compensation claim. You may fear your employer will fire you rather than pay out, or you may fear your employer will not hold a position for you while you're on leave. Here are the facts of the matter. The "At Will" Employee For "at will" employees the situation is clear.
5 August 2015
Conventional wisdom will tell you that settling out of court is the best strategy for the least stressful divorce possible, and while that's true in many cases, divorce was never meant to be a one-size-fits-all solution. What works for others may not work for you, and there are times when going to court simply makes more sense than sitting through months of frustrating negotiations. Here are some unexpected perks you can get by taking your case to the court:
19 May 2015
Winter is a time of magic as the landscape transforms into a crystalline wonderland. However, it also brings many safety hazards from snow and ice. Some accidents can be avoided by preparation. Injuries caused by human carelessness or negligence can be remedied by the hero of slips, trips, and falls-the personal injury attorney. Preparing for winter weather You can be safer in any kind of winter weather with a little preparation.
11 December 2014
Dealing with a medical error can be devastating. You want to be helped when you visit a medical facility, not harmed. However, medical mistakes do occur, and if you are the victim of one, you may want to take legal action. Relying on an attorney to help you recover lost wages, pay for medical bills and get you the justice you need can help. Knowing the most common reasons medical malpractice lawsuits are pursued can help you when faced with this unfortunate situation.
5 December 2014
Anytime you receive a work injury, it sets your whole life back a few months. Now consider crush injuries, those injuries that completely crush an entire extremity. What does that mean for you? Worse still, what does that mean for your employer? A crush injury adds up fast in medical care and expenses, long term care, and financial hardship. Here are the cold, hard facts of a crush injury and what your worker's compensation needs to cover.
1 December 2014