4 Reasons To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney

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If you ever find yourself or a loved one struggling with a personal injury, it can make for a frustrating and disappointing situation. Many individuals are left to deal with high medical costs and are unable to work or take part in normal daily activities, as they get better again. It can be worthwhile to hire a personal injury attorney to get valuable legal advice throughout this experience. Keep reading to better understand the reasons as to why it's a good idea to hire an attorney:

28 November 2017

Five Important Pieces Of Evidence That Can Impact A Car Accident Case

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Winning an auto accident case is all about having the necessary evidence to support your arguments. There are quite a few different sources of evidence in a car accident case that you'll want to look into and try to use to win the compensation you're seeking. The following are five of the most important types of evidence used in a car accident case to provide proof of a client's claims:

3 November 2017

Why It's Important To Know Property Boundary Laws

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If your dream is to someday own a home, chances are that you will be protective over the small piece of land that you purchased. The smaller the piece of land is, the more likely it will be that you will get into a dispute with a neighbor over something related to your property boundary. Knowing where that property boundary line is, and what the related rules are, will be important to avoid running into potential problems down the road.

27 January 2017

Lost Your Job But Still Owe Child Support? Don't Rely On Verbal Agreements To Adjust Payments

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Losing the job that's keeping your bills paid is never a welcome experience, but there are times it brings additional woes: child support obligations that have to go unpaid. Because child support is usually mandated by a court order, missing a few payments can land you in serious trouble. If you've recently lost the ability to keep up with your support payments, this is what you should know. Never make a verbal arrangement for child support.

12 January 2017

Controlling Your Small Company's Workers' Compensation Costs

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All employers know that maintaining workers' compensation insurance is important when it comes to ensuring the safety and protection of employees. Workers' compensation costs can climb quickly, costing your small company money that could be better spent elsewhere. Here are three tips that you can use to help reduce your company's workers' compensation costs in the future. 1. Provide modified duty options for injured employees. When an employee suffers a work-related injury, he or she may be unable to perform the duties associated with their original position.

12 January 2017

Working on a VA Appeal? Here's a Few Things to Add

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Veterans Affairs (VA) disability claims require a lot of information for approval. With lifetime monetary compensation and medical benefits on the table, the resources need to go to the veterans who need the most--and all veterans need to be served in a timely manner. To make sure that your claim is being treated with the right amount of support, here are a few details that will make or break a successful VA claim.

12 January 2017

Two Costly Mistakes to Avoid with a Gray Divorce

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Divorce is not just something young people do. Gray divorces happen every day. Gray divorces have their own unique challenges that divorces involving younger couples do not. If you are at or near retirement age and are divorcing, here are some mistakes you should avoid to avoid financial problems after the divorce is final.   Keeping the Family Home Some seniors are reluctant to let go of their family homes because they have lived in them for decades.

9 January 2017