2 Things You Must Know Before Filing For Social Security Disability Benefits

26 June 2017
 Categories: Law, Articles

If you suffer from a disability that keeps you from being able to perform the work you need to in order to pay your bills, then you may be considering filing for Social Security disability benefits. Of course you should file, because the taxes you have paid throughout your life have gone to other Social Security disability recipients, and you deserve these benefits just as much as they do. However, it is important to learn as much as you can about who qualifies for benefits and the SSDI application process before you apply so that when you do file, you can increase your chances of having your disability claim approved as quickly as possible. Read More 

Understanding The Legal Discovery Process

13 June 2017
 Categories: Law, Articles

If you were injured in an accident, then you may decide to sue the responsible party for damages. If you decide to do this, then you should contact a personal injury attorney for assistance. The professional will explain to you the legal process and what it involves. Your case will likely go through several different steps or stages. Once the initial paperwork is filled out and filed, your case will advance to the discovery stage. Read More 

Tips For Collecting Child Support If You Suspect Your Ex Is Working For Cash

23 May 2017
 Categories: Law, Articles

If you received custody of your children through your divorce, the court likely ordered your ex to pay child support to you. If your ex uses the excuse that they are not working and therefore cannot pay this money, yet you believe they are working for cash, there are steps you can take that may help you collect the child support they are supposed to pay. Here are some options to consider using to get the child support money you are supposed to be receiving. Read More 

Ticketed For Speeding On Your Way To The Nearest Emergency Room? Hire A Lawyer & Fight That Ticket

19 May 2017
 Categories: Law, Articles

If you recently got a ticket for speeding due to a passenger's life-threatening medical emergency and you are worried about points on your license, you may be able to fight the ticket in court. Too many points on your license could result in the loss of your driving privileges, a requirement to take driving classes and/or to retake your driving test, and an increase in your automobile insurance premiums. Most people rely on their ability to drive, but for those who have family members with severe medical conditions, a driver's license is a necessity. Read More